|Bibliography, etc. Note:
|| Includes bibliographical references (pages 157-158).
|Formatted Contents Note:
|| 1. The intersection of Bible and film : an introduction -- 2. A cinematic-story paradigm for analyzing biblical narrative -- 3. Abraham's near sacrifice of Isaac (Genesis 22:1-19) -- 4. The feeding of the five thousand (Matthew 14:13-21) -- 5. Conclusion.
|| Gary Yamasaki explores how the visual art of film-making works to establish perspective and point of view to guide the viewer into a film's story. Biblical story is also shaped by perspectives that frame a point of view. The insights gained from studying the art of film-making can help students increase their understanding of biblical narratives.
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|| Print version record.