Saturday, July 20, 2013

Theological Lessons From Film

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Contrary to the Blogger application, this is my second new post of July 20th.

DZP from Dr. RNM

I spent a part of the day (19th) walking around town in 80+F heat and I generally do better getting my seven to eight hours sleep later and that explains the early morning postings. I will not complain about the heat as many years here in Maple Ridge we are fortunate to receive a month's worth of summer type weather and this year we have already. Overcast with chance of rain is the default weather. Yes, I would not mind moving, but weather is one issue.

The DZP article is another technical post which is not so much long overall, but has many footnotes which may be why the Blogger application does not indicate it as the newest post. The previous post on that blog, 'Epicurus' is also technical with some debating and the previous post on this blog is fairly controversial and therefore I reason it is time for something lighter and note this has fiction.


Dirty Harry 1971 with actor Albert Popwell as a bank robber.

He states the famous line 'I gots to know' on whether or not the gun was loaded.

Mr. Popwell returns in the next three films as a pimp, underworld figure and finally a police officer. A very good actor, I would reason.

Crime does not pay is a good lesson. He ended up working with the police, although he died...

Crime does not pay would be something which is generally true, in a sense, but is not always the case. It does pay for many for a time.

That is also the overall context of Proverbs as in general truths.

Proverbs 3:31-32 New American Standard Bible (NASB)

31 Do not envy a man of violence And do not choose any of his ways. 32 For the devious are an abomination to the Lord; But [a]He is intimate with the upright.


Easy Money 1983 (A little naughty, but funny)

James 2: 5-10 New American Standard Bible (NASB)

5 Listen, my beloved brethren: did not God choose the poor [e]of this world to be rich in faith and heirs of the kingdom which He promised to those who love Him? 6 But you have dishonored the poor man. Is it not the rich who oppress you and [f]personally drag you into [g]court? 7 Do they not blaspheme the fair name [h]by which you have been called? 8 If, however, you are fulfilling the [i]royal law according to the Scripture, “You shall love your neighbor as yourself,” you are doing well. 9 But if you show partiality, you are committing sin and are convicted by the [j]law as transgressors. 10 For whoever keeps the whole [k]law and yet stumbles in one point, he has become guilty of all.

 
Lost Highway 1997 (Is funny and interesting but has swearing.)

Colossians 3: 25 New American Standard Bible (NASB) 25 For he who does wrong will receive the consequences of the wrong which he has done, and [f]that without partiality.

 
Powder 1995

A certain friend, blog reader, a loving Father to his daughter and husband to his wife, and believe it or not the Father of 'Powder'.

Not on still clip, but on full film clickable.

Proverbs 23:24 New American Standard Bible (NASB) 

24 The father of the righteous will greatly rejoice, And he who sires a wise son will be glad in him.


Winners Canada 2013

I have been waiting for one of these Winners Canada ads to finally arrive on YouTube because for months they have been on Showcase in the middle of the night (early morning), and many of them. One of the YouTube comments is quote: 'Most annoying commercial EVER.' which is what I expected. You can of course judge. But to me the singer sounds like some whacked out eighty-year old left over from one of the American variety shows from when I was about four years old that did too many drugs earlier in her life.

So, the lesson would be...

Do not do drugs.

From the show-Vancouver, July 26, 2013

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There have been a few movies I have seen in my lifetime which the Lord has used to show powerful revelations to me in ways that probably no one else has experienced for those particular movies.

For example:

The movie "Gladiator" showed me a sort of 'vision' of Heaven that was mind-blowing and filled me with joy and peace overflowing. Most likely it did not affect anyone else in that way. It was simply the Lord's working in me through that movie.

The movie, "The Matrix," gave me an incredibly powerful object lesson and was the best demonstration of the powerful reality of Matthew 21:21 that I have ever seen or experienced. This, too, was a revelation from the Lord.
("And Jesus answered and said to them, “Truly I say to you, if you have faith and do not doubt, you will not only do what was done to the fig tree, but even if you say to this mountain, ‘Be taken up and cast into the sea,’ it will happen." Matthew 21:21)

When I was very little, the movie "King of Kings" affected me so powerful that, after watching it and seeing the scene of Jesus dying on the cross, I was on my bed just crying and crying. This was many years before I became a Christian. That movie affected me in a powerfully emotional way.

Another movie that affected me powerfully, though not so much in a spiritual way, was "Dances With Wolves." After watching the movie at the theater, I went out into my car and just cried and cried, and when I finally started the car and drove home, I cried all the way home. People get confused when I tell them this, because they say it was not such a sad movie. But it showed me the meaning of friendship in such a powerful way that it was totally overwhelming. Like the other movies I mentioned, probably no one else who ever saw this movie was affected in this same way.

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Thank you, Jeff. Reasonable.

Question, who would win between 'The Matrix' fighting style and 'The Transporter' fighting style?

Russ;)

Jeff said...

I just saw the movie, "The Grandfathers." Awesome. I watched it because I have met two of the people in the movie, and because at least two of the people in the movie live about 20 minutes from my mom.
I read about the background story to the movie when I was in maybe Jr. High or so, and I saw photos of some of the "grandfathers." One of them I remember quite well. The guy was facing down, floating along in a river, with a spear in his back, killed by a tribe which was considered to be the most vicious and dangerous tribe on the face of the earth.
Just several years ago, I saw a documentary about the same story.
Then they came out with a movie which became fairly popular, and they have also had other movies, cartoons, many books, and famous sayings, all related to that one story.
One of the quotes became pretty famous, and you may have heard it before:
"He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep to gain what he cannot lose." (Jim Elliot)

A few years ago I went to a church which had two of the people from that story as guest speakers. One spoke English, the other did not. The one who did not speak English had murdered the father of the one who did speak English. And, other than the story of Corrie Ten Boom of "The Hiding Place," this was the greatest story of human forgiveness in this century.
I hugged the murderer, and he had the biggest smile on his face. His name was Mincaye.
The one who spoke English lives close to my mom, and out of the several or so famous Christians I have met, he is the best example of what a Christian should really be like. His name is Steve Saint, and his missionary dad who was murdered was a pilot, and was Nate Saint.
Five missionaries were murdered in 1956, and it was in Time magazine and in news stories around the world.
It inspired people to become missionaries like nothing else in recent years has.

There is much, much more to this story, such as Nate Saint's sister, who lived with the Waodani (who they at first mistakenly referred to as Auca Indians) in Ecuador for 35 years. She was highly honored and respected among the Waodani, and it was largely because of her witness that many of them became Christians.
She died, and they treated her funeral as if she were Queen Elizabeth or someone famous and very special, because she was so respected.
Then, Steve Saint's daughter, who had lived and worked among the Waodani, teaching them the Bible, working with the children, etc., died when she was in her early 20's, I think. That was tragic.

Jeff said...

About a year or so ago, Steve Saint himself suffered a tragic accident, which left him paralyzed, and he is still slowly recovering from that. He had started a company called i-TEC, and they built a flying car, and have done amazing things
with technology, all for the purpose of helping the Waodani become more self-sufficient and also to spread the gospel to surrounding tribes.

But in the movie I saw earlier today, "The Grandfathers," I found out something I had not known before. When those Waodani natives had speared the five missionaries, they ran away, and found a place to stay for a bit. While they were
there, they heard music coming from the area where they had killed the missionaries. One of them said it sounded like violin music or something. And they heard singing. Now, this was out in the middle of the jungle, so there were no musicians, schools, churches, or anything related to civilization, other than the Waodani themselves, out there in the jungle. The jungle was thick. But not only did that group of Waodani hear music and singing, but they also saw the trees in that area light up with a very strange light. Now, not only were the Waodani the most fierce and dangerous tribe on earth, but none of them had grandparents or many relatives at all, because they had all been speared by other Waodani. They had no real laws as a culture, except for the fact that, if someone speared someone in your family, you were then meant to kill them in revenge.
They were all murderers, and they knew no other way to live, and that was the natural way of life to them. However, one of the Waodani reflected back on that time when they saw the strange lights and heard the singing and music, and he said that all of a sudden, he felt sad and felt remorse, and started thinking, "What have we done? Why did we kill those men? Those were good men!" This was apparently the Holy Spirit working in his life and in the lives of others, to prepare their hearts, so that when Rachel Saint (or "Aunt Rachel," as she was affectionately known, who lived among the Waodani for 35 years), sister of slain missionary Nate Saint, first shared the gospel with a young Waodani girl who had escaped the jungle to save her life, their hearts would be ready to receive the gospel.

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Russell Norman Murray said...

'"He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep to gain what he cannot lose." (Jim Elliot)'

Good one.

Jeff said...

Question, who would win between 'The Matrix' fighting style and 'The Transporter' fighting style?

Well, in "The Matrix," he could dodge bullets and fly, as well as run along walls and punch basically at super-speed. I don't think those things were done in "The Transporter," which was a bit more realistic. So "The Matrix" had things that were pretty unstoppable.

More specifically, however, in "The Matrix," Neo was trained in many different fighting styles through training programs, such as Kung Fu, Karate, Jiu-jitsu, etc.

The action coordinator of "The Matrix" was Yuen Woo-ping, who worked on both "Drunken Master" and "Snake in the Eagle's Shadow," and he was assisted by Deon Lam, who had previously worked on "Martial Law," so the fighting styles incorporated may be very similar to what Jackie Chan and Sammo Hung used in their films.

As far as "The Transporter," Jason Statham (the star) said in an interview, when asked what style was used in the movie, "All styles from Wing Chun to karate to kickboxing. Corey Yuen (the fight scene director) doesn't want to make too much of a specific style, and wants to incorporate different styles." Generally speaking, it's probably basically movie martial arts mixed with elements of traditional kung fu and more direct techniques that employ quick disarming, takedowns and submissions.

So it seems that both movies employed movie martial arts, which incorporated a mixture of styles, with a strong emphasis on Kung Fu, I would say.

Russell Norman Murray said...

I agree.

I think both styles require a fusion of martial arts, dance, heavy dance music and fiction.;)

I just think they should be honest and 'bust a move' some of the time...

Russell Norman Murray said...

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Unless someone married is very frank with you, you can’t understand how much a husband will impact your entire life. Next to salvation there is no other long term event that will change so many areas of your life so deeply. Here are just some of the ways that marriage will impact every aspect of living.

1. It will impact you spiritually. If the guy is not a believer, you can stop right there. You have no business yoking a redeemed soul with an unregenerate one, even if he seems open to change. Christ has bought you with a price and it is not an option to give away that blood bought heart to someone who doesn’t know and love your Lord. It will cripple your spiritual development, open up a host of temptations, stifle your prayer life, make regular church going difficult, and cause massive parenting conflict if you have children.

If the guy is a believer, is he a strong one? Will he lead you in prayer, Bible reading, family devotions, and public worship? Or will you be on your own? Is he going to make spiritual growth a priority or do other things come first? Is he going to ask you how it’s going with your soul so he can help you grow in holiness and love for Christ, or will he leave that to your pastor? Is he going to lead the children in this, or will you have to spearhead that? In church, is he going to help the kids sit well, pray, find the hymn, or will you be the one pointing out what is happening next and helping the family keep up? Many women have married spiritually immature men, thinking that it wasn’t a big issue, or that the man would change, and they were wrong. They bear the scars.

The health of your eternity is at stake. Think carefully.'

'2. It will impact you emotionally. Is the guy you’re thinking of going to encourage you, love you, be kind to you, and seek to understand you, or will he want to go out with the guys when you’re having a hard night?'

'3. It will impact you physically. Is the guy you’re with going to provide for your basic needs? Will he be able to shelter, clothe and feed you? At one point in our marriage, I was worried that there was no employment opportunity. My husband assured me that he would work at McDonalds, dig ditches, clean up roadkill – whatever it took to provide for the family, regardless of his gifts and training. That’s the kind of attitude you want.'

'4. It will impact you mentally. Is the man that you’re thinking of going to be a source of worry or will he help you deal with your worries? Is he going to encourage your intellectual development, or will he neglect it? Is he going to value your opinions and listen to what you are thinking, or will he disregard your thoughts? Is he going to help you manage stress so that your mind is not burdened that way, or is he going to let you struggle through issues alone? Is he going to care for you and be thoughtful of you if you are experiencing mental strain, or will he ignore it?'

'5. It will impact you relationally. How’s your relationship with your mother? Your dad? Do you love them? Does your boyfriend? Fast forward ten years: you tell your husband that your mother is coming for the weekend.'

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Off to see Rush tonight at Rogers Arena.

chucky said...

sitting in Rogers Arena waiting for Rush to start...
pre-concert music: Aqualung, Carry On My Wayward Son, Selling England by the Pound, Crime of the Century.

Russell Norman Murray said...

A great big guy came and sat by Chuckles and Chuckletts decided to go for a walk. Hopefully Mommy does not call him during the show... Where are you Uncle Chucks?

chucky said...

400 pound guy just sat down next to me. going for a walk....

chucky said...

With any luck, seat 5 won't show up

Russell Norman Murray said...

Yea and will have more room...

Russell Norman Murray said...

Lol...too bad Chuck got the boot....

Russell Norman Murray said...

He got moved.

Russell Norman Murray said...

Told the security that the guy was too big...lol.

chucky said...

Actually I told security I was too big...

Russell Norman Murray said...

Lol...two big macs...

chucky said...

These seats just don't work for 3 big guys in adjacent seats, esp. when one of them is huge.

Russell Norman Murray said...


Analog Kid guitar solo huge ovation.

Russell Norman Murray said...

WMThing really fast guitar solo live version impressive and drum solo similar to last tours.

Russell Norman Murray said...

Second half with seven piece classical back-up. Less synth pedal and canned.

Russell Norman Murray said...

Very fast drum solo Headlong Flight.

chucky said...

Excellent guitar solo on Headlong Flight

Russell Norman Murray said...

Now I got an ac breather beside me.

chucky said...

Mommy just called during Caravan

Russell Norman Murray said...

Encore warm up wa wa pedal.

Russell Norman Murray said...

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Anonymous said...

Hey wasn't the rush concert good? Or was it just disrupting your blogging?

Anonymous said...

I need some breathing room brah'

chucky said...

For the record, I was only exiled in a further seat for about 5 songs. Before the show started I was standing in the aisle. alfredo-with-tats (according to Russ) wanted me to sit down & got security guy to talk to me. so I spent the first few songs shifting from one unclaimed seat to another. Then a miracle - the row of folks sitting on the other side of Russ got up & left. so we had plenty of room the rest of the show.

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The people didn't "get up and leave" their seats were upgraded so they didn't have to sit next to you two.

Russell Norman Murray said...

'Anonymous said...
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Friday, July 26, 2013 at 11:21:00 PM PDT
Anonymous said...
I need some breathing room brah''

Yes, 2112 Grand Finale sounded like a lightning big blur of notes...just like I like it from the live albums and the bootlegs. I was none too pleased when they did 2112 Grand Finale in the San Francisco Bay 1997 and they cut the solo out. Only had to wait 16 years...

I did see a tribute band play it, in a biker bar...

Never again.

Well, 'Anon' you managed to allude Stats Counter and Site Meter but since those programs are both half useless, based on Blogger stats, although appreciated I will give you half the credit.:)

You are entertaining so please comment again.

I thought Alfredo might want to rip Uncle Chuck's head off because Chuckletts moved away from the seat with the guy taking up a seat and 1/8, and insisted on standing up. Sort of like folks do in the Excited States of Americana at the Rush shows and at NFL games.

As far as me blogging. I aim to entertain my fans and it looks like 'The Jeff' has work for me on the other blog.

I mean it worked on you...

God bless

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'Anonymous said...
The people didn't "get up and leave" their seats were upgraded so they didn't have to sit next to you two.'

Maybe were tired of his Mommy calling...

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Russell Norman Murray said...

Better than FAT caps.

Woops back to that issue again...

There we go.

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Blogging while watching a concert? Isn't that dangerous? ;)

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Jeff said...

Analog Kid guitar solo huge ovation.

You mean like THIS?

Russell Norman Murray said...

That artist is very good Al D, he is jazz fusion. I have a few of his CDs. Never seem him live.

I mean this...

Analog Kid

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I do not like them,
Chuck-I-am.
I do not like
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Russell Norman Murray said...

Version of solo I saw was close to Houston version:

2112 GF

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