On this episode of Finding Christ in Cinema, we enter the Coliseum and look for Christian themes in GLADIATOR. How is Maximus's victory of over Commodus like Jesus's victory over death? Or is Maximus more like the Apostle Paul?
Latest Episode of The Theonauts
Theonauts Minisodes are short creative vignettes to provide informative theological snippets in a fun way. In this episode... Paul talks to Philippi.
David Gaddy was born and raised in a conservative Christian home and congregation. He committed himself to Christ and was baptized at age 14. He has been an active preacher in his church for the past 30 years and has served as a deacon for the past few years as well. He is a software engineer and a graphic designer by trade with a degree in Computer Science from the University of Texas at Dallas. He is a husband, father, and grandfather dedicated to Word of God.
Michael Hansen is a Digital Missionary and the founder of the Great Commission Transmission Network. He has over 9 years of podcasting and Internet broadcasting experience. After producing and hosting over 500 podcast episodes on a variety of subjects, he is now focusing his time and talent in digital new media toward fulfilling the Great Commission. He is a follower of Jesus Christ, musician, recording engineer, husband, father, homeschooling dad, Bible student, Mouseketeer, and geek.
Jeremiah Orr was born on a Sunday morning, so he has missed only one worship service. Born a pastor's kid, Jeremiah has grown up in and around the American Christian Culture. Although he walked an isle at 10 years old to “pray a prayer and be baptized,” he truly did not surrender to the Lord Jesus until he was 20 years old. A graduate of the University of Nevada Reno, Jeremiah is currently ministering in Savoy, Texas along with his wife of 6 years, Christina.
Brenden Taylor is an all-out performer in the Middle Tennessee area. He recently graduated from MTSU with a B.S. in Theatre and can usually be seen performing at Fly Arts Center or with the South of Broadway Players in his hometown of Shelbyville, TN. Ultimately, he strives to serve as a signpost that points people back to the God that created him and saved him from himself, and he feels that the best way to accomplish that is obey the blessed command: love one another.