It is understandable why Terence Malik is not a household name. His movies cannot be passively watched and enjoyed; they demand something which many people nowadays are unable or unwilling to give: attention. Malik’s style of filmmaking is like cinematic poetry. He is a filmmaker’s filmmaker.
Issue 5.2 is officially printed and on its way!
If only we could always read the Bible as the "ax for the frozen sea within us"! The best literature, and the kind of thing we strive to publish in Relief, will disrupt our habitual lives and refresh our orientation to the world - and to the Scriptures.
If you've been sitting on the fence on this one, now's the time to act. We'll end this deal on midnight New Year's Day (figuring you'll be busy the previous evening).
Right then, I knew what I wanted for that Christmas. “Dawdy,” I said in my best I’m-your-only-son voice. “Dawdy for Christmas I want you to build Jurassic Park in the backyard.”