'Frankenstein': An Indictment of Divine Indifference

'Frankenstein': An Indictment of Divine Indifference

By Chadwick Jenkins

By examining the perils of creation, Frankenstein is a parable of the inscrutable nature of man's relationship with God. 23 Aug 2016 // 9:30 AM

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//Recent Reviews

11 Jul 2006 // 7:05 PM

Bonnie’s Bookstore

Gaming is more than just the games. It's a part of the digital lifestyle that more and more of us are embracing each day.

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11 Jul 2006 // 3:00 AM

We Are All Welcome Here by Elizabeth Berg

Berg is such a marvelous writer than she can keep you eagerly reading on for 150-plus pages even when the plot arc is a flat line.

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11 Jul 2006 // 3:00 AM

Slayer

While its premise and execution are overtly derivative, Slayer works through an illuminating politics concerning U.S. military actions and local populations.

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11 Jul 2006 // 3:00 AM

Winter Soldier (1972)

The men in Winter Soldier stepped forward, spoke truth to power, sought to expose policies and expectations that had gone terribly wrong.

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The 2nd Annual Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival feat. the Procussions, Big Daddy Kane, Lupe Fiasco, and Sle

It seems like just yesterday that Biz Markie was charming us with 'Just a Friend' and Slick Rick was recasting the 'Mona Lisa'. Oh, how the times have changed...

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Jefferson Airplane: The Worst of Jefferson Airplane

Remastered collection of vintage Airplane feeds more than your head.

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Soul Asylum: The Silver Lining

Once-great Minnesota rockers settle for the middle of the road on plodding comeback attempt.

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The Derek Trucks Band: Songlines

A young phenom no more, D Trucks straddles genres with one authoritative guitar.

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11 Jul 2006 // 12:00 AM

Sound Team: Movie Monster

A confusing but no less exciting debut from a band of indie-rock chameleons. If only it didn't blend in so well.

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The Buttless Chaps: Where Night Holds Light

Where Night Holds Light eschews novelty for soft pop/rock leanings. Occasionally, it works, too.

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//Mixed media
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I Just Murdered My Sister, and It Was Kind of Fun

// Moving Pixels

"The Deed makes murder a game, a pretty fun game.

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