Faith and Film: Phil Hohle

Philip Hohle, adjunct faculty member at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, talks about how we can understand the culture of film through the lens of Christian theology. Dr. Hohle gave the keynote address at Concordia Seminary’s first Faith and Film Festival in January 2020, “Unsalted Popcorn: Niebuhr‘s Christ and Culture in Paradox.” Previously, he taught on the faculty of Concordia University Texas and ran the production company Parabolic Media.

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