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Theological Reflection in Film
Here is an exercise for theological reflection based on the film A.I. Artificial Intelligence (2001). The format for theological reflection brings together culture, tradition (Scripture, Lutheran Confessions), the participant’s experiences and one’s own positions or convictions(here I reference a number of relevant ELCA social statements). (1) There are ten sections and each lists the scenes, a synopsis, and questions as well as further resources for reflection.

(1)Patricia O’Connell Killen and John deBeer. The Art of Theological Reflection. New York: Crossroad Publishing, 2007. 95-102.
Faith, Film and Culture


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This is an excellent set of questions built around the film, with the addition of a number of useful web-based resources. It would work well in a variety of Christian contexts, IF there was an experienced leader/facilitator available who was familiar with the film. The exercise itself presumes that you know how to set up and facilitate small group learning, and that you are adept at evoking questions as a form of learning. If you do not have that background, I would recommend picking up the "Practicing our Faith" study guide by Dorothy Bass (available via Amazon), and using that to structure your learning event.
Mary Hess | 15 Jul 2011
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