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Theologican debates in 3 new films with Simon Carver

todayJune 27, 2019

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Inspirational Breakfast with Esther Higham

It’s Film Thursday and here to guide us through the latest big releases and identify any unexpected Biblical themes is our Minister of Movies Reverend SIMON CARVER. This morning we’re looking at Sometimes, Always, Never,  Late Night and Toy Story 4.

Simon joined John Pantry and Craig Wakeling on Inspirational Breakfast to talk about the key themes and ideas from each film, whilst also analysing any critical themes and examining whether there are any unearthed Christian themes within any of the films

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