A few tidbits:
It leaves me wondering if we are sometimes too God-centered?iMonk even wrote something that will (most likely) catch a nod from my friend Nehring:
One of the things that bothers me about religion in general and evangelical Christianity in particular is a tendency to change the focus of ordinary things to religious things. “So heavenly minded, they are of no earthly good” is a valid criticism.
What should happen with a God-centered mind is a redemption and elevation of the ordinary. God is pleased when engineers, politicians and road inspectors have a Christian testimony. He’s also pleased- just as pleased, but in a different way- when the engineer designs a safe bridge, when the politician funds a sufficient infrastructure and when the inspector is thorough and rigorous.
There’s a time to judge a movie by the faith statements of the creators, and a time to judge a movie by the standards of good movie making.