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Faith, values and the Oscars

Faith, values and the Oscars

Last night I asked on Twitter whether anyone was working on the essay about the theological significance of the red carpet coverage of the Academy Award for today’s Cafe. As of this afternoon, no one, to my knowledge, has come forward. So consider this an open thread on the faith and values angles of last night’s Oscars telecast and the attendant media scrum. I’d like to kick us off with an arresting observation or probing question–something about The Tree of Life, or Moneyball and the Church of Baseball, but I’ve got nothing. Did faith rear its head?

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Ann Fontaine
Leslie Scoopmire

For the record, I believe that the Tree of Life was an amazing achievement and was far more intelligible yet thought-provoking than I thought it might be.

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revsusan

LOL ... Monday is a day off for me this week and I am working on my post-Oscar blog as we speak. Stay tuned!

Susan Russell

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