August 12 at 5:27 pm EDT
Klarman Hall Auditorium
Graduate Christian Fellowship Roundtable
Three science fiction films were made almost exactly a decade and a half apart: 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968), Blade Runner (1982), and The Matrix (1999). Each raises important questions about what it means to live in a world of technology. We’ll watch clips from all three films, identify the questions each film raises, note how the issues change over time, and reflect on them in a conversation together.
Denis Haack is the Director of Ransom Fellowship, and editor of Critique. Formerly Denis served as a pastor and area director for InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. Denis is the author of The Rest of Success: What the World Didn’t Tell You About Having It All and has written articles for such journals as: Reformation & Revival Journal; Eternity; Covenant; and World.