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    June 13th, 2013 @ 8:19 am by Kevin

    Tonight I'll be debating pastor Mark Glanville of Willoughby Christian Reformed Church in Langley, BC. The topic in question is, "Will all people ultimately be reconciled to God?" It all gets underway at 7:30 this evening. Details and directions

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    June 4th, 2013 @ 1:55 pm by Kevin

    A few years ago I made a serious attempt at becoming a day trader. Call it burnout, a midlife crisis or simply a desire to indulge a passion I've had since childhood, but I resolved to finally give it a go. So I did what I normally do when seeking to learn something new: I immersed myself in books, blogs, videos and all sorts of other resources to learn the ropes. I also signed up for a trading service--think of it as a pair of "training wheels"--that gave me signals on when to enter and exit each trade. I even attended

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    May 29th, 2013 @ 2:55 pm by Kevin

    Lately I've been thinking a lot about fundamentalism in preparation for an upcoming project I'd like to do on Rene Girard's mimetic theory. As part of the development process, I've been doing a series of presentations to help me workshop the material. I've never approached a documentary project in this way before. However, I'm finding the opportunity to "test drive" the content with various groups tremendously fruitful. I'm keying in on the issue of fundamentalism, because I begin my presentation with a "state of the union" on religion. I note how in the mid-20th century, sociologists and other qualified

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    May 28th, 2013 @ 5:54 am by Kevin

    Today's the day! Hellbound? is now available for download on iTunes, Amazon and Vudu. Also available for rent or purchase on Youtube movies and Google Play. And if you're outside North America, you can buy or rent it exclusively on Vimeo-on-Demand. Here is your one-stop shop. Of course, the special features (director's commentary, "To Hell and Back" featurette, interview outtakes and French and Spanish subtitles) are only available on the DVD, which you can purchase

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    May 27th, 2013 @ 7:56 pm by Kevin

    A brief excerpt:

    Kevin Miller is an incredibly lucky person. He releases a movie about Hell on DVD the same week the new Pope says even Atheists go to Heaven. The topic of the movie is suddenly incredibly relevant in the Christian faith. There are quite a wide variety of interviewees in the film, although I don't think it is unfair to say some of them are given more weight than others. Granted, it is also not unfair that this happened. Let's face facts: the Westboro Baptist Church are a bunch of crackpots and should be treated as such. In

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    May 27th, 2013 @ 9:56 am by Kevin

    I've been pleasantly surprised by the positive response to my recent post Christ or antichrist? However, perhaps not so surprisingly, it has not gone without criticism. The central critique goes something like this: You criticize binary thinking, but the entire post is written within a binary framework--the Sacrificial god vs. the Self-sacrificing God. I admit it may appear that way on the surface, and it was something I was conscious of while writing the piece. However, as I allude toward the end of my post, I don't see the two views of God as discrete categories but rather

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    May 23rd, 2013 @ 3:03 pm by Kevin

    Back in January 2011 when I first embarked on Hellbound?, I had no idea how deeply political the idea of hell could be. For me, the film was more of a personal journey, my attempt to grapple with a concept that had both repelled and fascinated me throughout my journey as a Christian. As I've recounted dozens of times during interviews and Q&A sessions, it wasn't until I witnessed the reaction to Rob Bell's book

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    May 23rd, 2013 @ 9:27 am by Kevin

    There's a reason why I steer clear of government programs designed to facilitate or protect homegrown art. On one level, such programs lead to a climate of mediocrity where artists are supported not because they're exceptionally gifted but merely because they fall into whatever category the government has deemed important this year. By way of example, see the recent scandal over an ad seeking a host for a children's TV show on the CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation), which said it would accept applicants "of any race except Caucasian." Any Canadian who has had to endure "Canadian content" on radio

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    May 17th, 2013 @ 6:10 am by Kevin

    These guys do, and they couldn't be happier. Order your copy today!

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    May 13th, 2013 @ 10:30 am by Kevin

    If you'd like a chance to watch Hellbound? and interact with the director, here's your chance. This Saturday evening at Lake Washington Christian Church. The screening gets underway at 6pm. Free childcare available. More details

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