Hannah Land is an Occupational Therapist and administrator for the online community Progressing Church. She joins Beyond the Pale to discuss the how theology can be employed to address the personal suffering and trauma experienced by many. Along the way she opens up about her own experience with sexual abuse as well as sharing some of the life giving understanding of Christ that have helped her and others on their journey. We also touch on spiritual deconstruction and the process of engaging with others.
Go Beyond the Pale with Hannah Land!
1:08 - Intro with Steve & Tammy
9:00 - Conversation with Hannah begins
10:47 - What is trauma theology?
18:00 - Hannah shares her personal experience
20:39 - Jesus & the trauma he experienced
32:41 - Spiritual Deconstruction- Is it just a "white people" thing?
42:40 - When is it OK to provoke other people?
The release of Denis Villeneuve's much anticipated adaption of Frank Herbert's "Dune" has drawn the inevitable comparisons to the David Lynch's 1984 adaption. On today's special episode I sit down with movie critic James Marsh to do a deep dive into who really did it better; Dune 1984 or Dune 2021
3:20 - Paul Atreides (Kyle Maclachlan vs. Timothy Chalamet)
8:24- Do we have a bias for the 1984 Dune film
10:40 - Duke Leto (Jurgen Prochnow vs. Oscar Issacs)
15:80- Lady Jessica (Francesca Annis vs. Rebecca Ferguson)
17:11- Baron Harkonnen (Kenneth McMillan vs. Stellan Skarsgard
26:16- Supporting Cast 1984 vs Supporting Cast 2021
35:29- Faithfulness to the book 1984 vs 2021
42:28- Film Score (Toto vs. Hans Zimmer)
46:00- Final comparisons Dune 1984 vs Dune 2021