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    10
    Oct
    2019

    The Cost of Complacency: Are We Still Pro-Life?

    12:45 pmThe Round Church

    A talk and discussion with Denny Hertford of Vital Signs Ministries which asks the question, 'Are we still pro-life?'

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The American filmmaker Terrence Malick (known for A Thin Red Line, Tree of Life and Knight of Cups) is one of cinema’s most mysterious figures. Notably camera shy and often called a recluse, Malick has released only seven films since his 1973 debut – five of them after a twenty-year hiatus. Philip Johnston (L'Abri Fellowship Hampshire) traces how Malick's canon reveals a compelling ideological trajectory from nihilism to a more Christian sensibility.   [embed]https://roundchurchcambridge.s3.eu-west-2.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/12164234/philip-johnston-nature-and-grace-in-the-work-of-terrence-malick.mp3[/embed]...