Mundis: Worldly views on Art & Faith


Aretha Franklin: Church, Sex and the Amazing Grace

Aretha Franklin′s biography is inseparable from the church but what interest could a woman as liberal as she have in singing religious music?

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A demon′s nightmare according to Jack Chick

Jack Chick was primarily a seller and by far the most prolific author in the history of the comic with its 950,000,000 copies distributed

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Sister Rosetta Tharpe: Sex and religion on the origins of rock and roll

Sister Rosetta Tharpe achieved her first success in mainstream lists almost 20 years before Elvis Presley

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The relationship of Tolkien, Lewis and the Inklings

White′s biography dedicates a whole chapter to the friendship between Tolkien and Lewis. Lewis was, for example, the first one who read The Hobbit

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Johnny Cash: The man who dressed in black

We all go through difficult times but Johnny Cash′s biography reveals a faith through which it is possible to find the way home

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Jerry Lee Lewis by the rivers of Louisiana

Jerry Lee Lewis is 80 years old but also his entire summer calendar covered with performances in Mississippi, Oklahoma or London

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Cesare Pavese: Death will come and will have your eyes

That which unites Literature and death is hidden in the very essence of its creation

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Love and Physics on The Theory of Everything

There are only two ways to see the universe finally: it is either the result of an accident, caused by an impersonal chance, or it is born of a relationship

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This was your life! Will your name be in the Book of Life?

Jack Chick (1924-2016) was the editor and cartoonist of a series of nightmares that are now a growing object of study in the world of underground comics

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′Holy Joe′ and the warlike attitude of Jack Chick

Why is Jack Chick′s warlike attitude towards the world the one that sustains and gives meaning to his work? Is there anything that could take advantage of that hostile attitude?

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Angels or demons of rock music and satanic panic of Jack Chick

Satanic Panic had already dominated the population when heavy metal groups took their provocations to the limit. Jack Chick loved this bizarre story!

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Dark Dungeons: The horror and the hope of redemption in Dragons and Dungeons

Dungeons & Dragons grew bigger as it received more opposition and today it pays its well-deserved tribute to the popular Stranger Things series

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Somebody loves me! Jack Chick′s influence on the underground comic

Robert Crumb is known as the singular, irreverent and militant father of the underground comic, but Jack Chick was ahead of him seven years!

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Spellbound? John Todd y los Illuminati

John Todd claimed to have been converted to Christianity after leaving witchcraft and Satanism but was eventually convicted of rape and child abuse

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Titanic: The ship that not even God could sink

It is curious the fascination that continues to produce the Titanic, still a hundred years after the sinking

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Endo: Silence is not a novel about the silence of God

There is more theological depth in only one of the dialogues of this film than in all the so-called cinema of values

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Paulo Coelho: The Dark Side of the Author of The Alchemist

Brazilian journalist Fernando Morais has published a voluminous biography about the popular self-help book writer Paulo Coelho

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The sufferings of Jon Bon Jovi

3Jon was educated as a Catholic like many descendants of Italian emigrants and, like many of them, has lived most of his life with great resentment towards God

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The banality of evil according to Hannah Arendt

Where does evil come from? Why are people capable of doing terrible things? Are these people different from others?

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Comic and Bible: Opening and closing the doors

Editorials with a view for business have taken full advantage of customizing the Bible - no doubt the best selling book in the world

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Freud′s final session and the question of God

The father of psychoanalysis known for his atheism invites Oxford professor, C. S. Lewis to talk about how an intelligent man can believe in God

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