I enjoyed your discussion last weekend about morality and contemporary television shows like "Breaking Bad" even though I hadn't watched the shows. I made a point of watching "Breaking Bad" after your interesting discussion.
I would like to hear a similar discussion using quality modern movies, plays and literature--e.g., "The Iceman Commeth," Glengarry Glen Ross," "Sophie's Choice," "Kramer versus Kramer," "Doubt," "Death of a Salesman," and, going back a bit, "The Brothers Karamazov" (As I recall, one of the brothers, Alyosha, was a Christ figure.), "Before the Devil Knows you're Dead," and so forth. Serious movies speak more directly to me on moral issues than anything in the Bible.
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