Despite being one of the most critically lauded directors in cinema; despite winning two Oscars for screenwriting and the Palme d’Or; despite being continually successful at the box office; despite talking explicitly with God in his movies; despite centering his most famous film around a theological discussion; despite all these things, Quentin Tarantino is rarely seriously discussed in Christian journalism. And this is completely understandable.
This Postmodern Realities episode is a conversation with Journal author Philip Tallon about his 39:1 article “Reservoir Gods: Quentin Tarantino’s Premodern Theology“.
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