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Movie Synopsis

The Question of God: Sigmund Freud and C. S. Lewis will be available for DVD purchase on October 12, 2004.




Program 2 of this series deals with the topics of love, being human, morality, suffering, and death. Sigmund Freud and C.S. Lewis were two of the most influential thinkers of the twentieth century and their influence continues to be felt in academic circles and among Christendom throughout the world. This documentary combines archive footage, dramatic reenactments, and a roundtable discussion by influential thinkers from a broad range of disciplines. Some are skeptics, some are agnostics, and some are believers in God in varying degrees. The benefit of witnessing their dialogue is to gain an intimate glimpse at the presuppositions that inform the positions each represents as a means of understanding them and preparing to engage them in the marketplace of ideas.

Movie Sermon's General Warning

The Question of God contains some art pieces depicting nudity and a series of philosophical discussions that could be troubling to immature believers.

Rating

NR

Genre

Documentary

Year

2004

Sermon Illustrations


Big Idea
Knowing God takes you out of yourself.
Topics
Selflessness, Servant, Service, Self-denial
Scripture:
Matthew 16:24-25   Luke 18:24-30  
Big Idea
The difference between Eros and agape.
Topics
Sex, Love, Agape, Selflessness
Scripture:
Leviticus 19:18   Matthew 5:43-48  
Big Idea
The power of loving your neighbor.
Topics
Love, Neighbor, power, Surrender
Scripture:
2 Corinthians 5:16-21   Matthew 5:44-48  
Big Idea
The Problem of Evil
Topics
Death, Devil, Evil, Good
Scripture:
John 16:28-33   1 Peter 4:12-19  
Big Idea
Where does morality come from?
Topics
Conscience, Morality, God's Will
Scripture:
Romans 2:12-16   Hebrews 9:8-14  
Big Idea
Dealing with grief and death.
Topics
Grief, Death, Trust, Loss
Scripture:
Psalms 46:6-10   Job 3:1-26  
 

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