>>116141615>Being this media illiterate
The Prince of Egypt is a great religious film AND a great film.
East of Eden is one hell of a book and without spoiling anything doesn’t compromise on having a strong religious message.
Festen is a hell of a Danish film which has what I’d consider to be strong Christian undertones.
Noye's Fludde In Opera is beautiful as hell.
Countless symphonic and classical scores are religious in nature and are great; not even bothering to list because it genuinely would be excessive.
Dante’s Devil may Cry series tells the story of Paradise Lost in a way that all good Christians endorse
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