Pop Culture Isn’t the Source of Theological Truth

Zwinglius Redivivus

It strikes me as more than odd that some ‘theologians’ are more interested in talking about the ‘subtle themes of redemption’ in films than in talking about scripture.  The very ‘theologians’ who talk most about theological themes in pop culture tend to be the ones least familiar with what scripture says, and means.  What they don’t realize is that pop culture isn’t the source, or even a source, of theological truth.

‘Theologians’ who draw their material from the well of pop culture are drawing mud and trying to convince people that their buckets are filled with sparkling pure spring water.

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