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The Twilight Saga: Marriage, the Sanctity of Life, and Religion

There are a couple things that I really appreciate about the underlying worldview that Meyer's reveals in her storytelling. First off, through her character Edward, she demonstrates marriage as a lasting and true commitment.

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The Twilight Saga: Origins and Ultimate Destinations

In my last post I talked briefly about how Meyer used the vampire myth in her popular series, but with the undead as main characters, it's a given that death and eternity are going to be discussed, as well. I also found out after reading the saga that Meyer is a Morman, and so I'm sure her faith does...

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The Twilight Saga: Vampires, Demons, and Angels

Taking into account that the Twilight Saga books are secular fiction and do not observe a Christian moral code, one of the only objectionable elements that could be argued over is the subject matter of vampires, so this is the first topic I’d like to discuss at length in my first of several critical thinking posts on this intriguing...

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Are You Just Reading? An Introduction

A lot of people spend hours watching movies and television, but some of us spend as much time (if not more) reading books. If someone asked me for the top five things I spend time doing, reading would be near the top of the list. But just like movies and television can influence the way you see the world,...

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Coming Soon: Serenity, Firefly, and Twilight

Our upcoming episode will discuss Serenity and Firefly. Get your thoughts in now! And watch for Eve to post her review of the Twilight saga.

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Scorecard for Batman: The Dark Knight

Our short review and scorecard for The Dark Knight.

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