JOB

JOB Far shorter than The Prophet Job, the Australian film that uses the texts of Job as its script, preacher/poet John Piper’s film captures the essence of the Biblical book in his poem that features some delightful rhymes. He transforms the original into a Christian book by dividing it into four parts, each of which …

Oh, God! (1977)

When God appears as an old man to assistant produce manager Jerry, no one believes him, he winds up in a court trial at which God is the his star witness.

Oh, God! (1977)

It’s time for a new generation to discover this comedy classic with George Burns as God showing up to reassure a very anxious humanity. Click the image to read my entire faith-and-film review.

Contact (1997)

An agnostic astronomer learns that faith is a part of science as well as religion in this tale of a voyage to a distant world that her peers do not believe.