ONE OF MY top 10 favorite “guy” movies is Fight Club and, as a man, it is a movie that I understand. In an age where we men have been so feminized by our modern culture this movie give us  a lot to talk about what it means to be masculine.

This movie has layers within layers of theological, philosophical and thematic implications. Layers worth thinking about especially for those from the “Reformed” Christian  perspective because of the concept we have of Total Depravity.

The guys on the Watching Theology podcast has done an excellent job analyzing this remarkable movie and I recommend everyone to hear this podcast.

For you fundies out there please try not get offended at the audio clips they play on this episode. Instead try to understand what the movie is trying say and how the guys at Watching Theology are analyzing this movie from a theological perspective.

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Tyler Durden says – “First you have to give up, first you have to know… not fear… know… that someday you’re gonna die.

Tyler Durden says – “We’re a generation of men raised by women. I’m wondering if another woman is really the answer we need.

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My name is Timothy but I will be known as Timotheus on this blog. I am a Reformed Christian man living in Charleston, West Virginia (USA).

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