Books added to in June 2016

Cover for In the month of June 2016 I added these 22 books to that discusses aspects of film/TV and religion. About half of them are from the last 12 months, and the rest is from earlier

  1. Baring Our Souls: TV Talk Shows and the Religion of Recovery (1999) by Kathleen S. LowneyBuy
  2. Bigger than Ben-Hur: The Book, Its Adaptations, and Their Audiences (2016) by Barbara Ryan, Milette Shamir Buy
  3. Christ and Pop Culture Goes to the Movies: 2015 (2016) by Wade Bearden, Kevin McLenithan Buy
  4. Cinema and Sacrifice (2015) by Costica Bradatan, Camil Constantin UngureanuBuy
  5. Cinematic Savior: Hollywood’s Making of the American Christ (2006) by Stephenson Humphries-BrooksBuy
  6. Film, Faith, and Cultural Conflict: The Case of Martin Scorsese’s The Last Temptation of Christ (2003) by Thomas Robin RileyBuy
  7. The Holy Fool in European Cinema (2016) by Alina G. BirzacheBuy
  8. Imag(in)ing Otherness: Filmic Visions of Living Together (1999) by S. Brent Plate, David JasperBuy
  9. Jesus Christ Movie Star (2000) by Steven Lloyd TeelBuy
  10. Jesus Christ, Movie Star (2015) by Edward N. McNulty, Ken ChitwoodBuy
  11. Jesus, the Gospels, and Cinematic Imagination: A Handbook to Jesus on DVD (2007) by Jeffrey L. Staley, Richard WalshBuy
  12. Media, Culture, and the Religious Right (1998) by Linda Kintz, Julia LesageBuy
  13. Reading the Gospels in the Dark: Portrayals of Jesus in Film (2003) by Richard WalshBuy
  14. Savior on the Silver Screen (1999) by Richard C Stern, Clayton N Jefford Buy
  15. Seeing is Believing: Visions of Life Through Film (1998) by Robert BenneBuy
  16. Shining Glory: Theological Reflections on Terrence Malicks Tree of Life (2013) by Peter J. LeithartBuy
  17. Star Trek and Sacred Ground: Explorations of Star Trek, Religion, and American Culture (1999) by Jennifer E. Porter, Darcee L. McLarenBuy
  18. A Substitute for God: Religion and Film (2015) by Mark RyanBuy
  19. Tarantino And Theology (2015) by Jonathan Walls, Jerry WallsBuy

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