1. FilmTalk Card - Based on the Movie


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    Why are pagan myths attractive alternatives to Christ?
    Avatar can stimulate discussions about competing worldviews, the attractiveness of pagan religions, and the persistence of Christian symbolism in films. Avatar can also inspire talk about when to take a stand and when to run, and the superior value of faith.
    Film Synopsis: The Resource Development Administration has come to the planet Pandora in order to mine valuable mineral assets. Standing in the way are the Na'vi, ten-foot tall humanoids who do not want their planet despoiled. Into the mix comes Jake Sully, paraplegic marine, who has been recruited into the Avatar Program. Through a mental link, Jake is able to command the body of a human/Na'vi hybrid that will allow him to move among, and get to know, the Na'vi. But is Jake an ambassador, a spy, or both? This eye-popping visual extravaganza from director James Cameron addresses many issues ripe for spiritual discussion and sermon illustration.
    Genre: Science Fiction
    Rating: PG-13
    Content Advisory: Avatar contains battle violence, some profanity, some "National Geographic" kinds of near nudity, and a brief moment of sensuality.
    A FilmTalk Card is a single page study guide in pdf format that will lead participants through 3 or 4 areas of spiritual, ethical, or moral discussion based on scenes or ideas contained in the movie. Each single paged FilmTalk Card describes movie moments to provide context for questions that challenge your group to see the connection between the film, their faith, and their lives.

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