The sound of a man’s skull being crushed by a car door, not a sound I’ll soon forget.
I know that evil exists. From the psychotically deranged, to those being held prisoner by their pasts. Evil exists in simple lies and even in some of our everyday actions. The Bible calls this depravity sin.
Marvel’s Daredevil is one of the finest products Marvel has crafted on film. The characters are believable and the action is intense. And yet, I cringe as I plunge myself into the darkness of this show. Within the first few episodes I’ve witnessed:
A man impale himself on a spike
A man flatten another man’s skull with a bowling ball
Women tortured and treated like dirt
A car door used to reduce a man’s head to goo
Why is evil so compelling? What makes us watch such things? Is it a hope, a desire down deep, that things will get better? That justice is right around the corner? I’m not sure. But justice in the world of Daredevil is executed by a man who makes himself judge, jury, and executioner. Daredevil is no hero, quite the contrary, he is part of the problem.
We will lift up the cup
and the bread we will break,
remembering Your love.
We were fallen from grace,
but You took on our shame
and nailed it to a cross.
as endless as the sea.
I’ll sing Your hallelujah
for all eternity.
Spent time with family this weekend. Played some Putt-Putt, ate some yogurt, and enjoyed a round of Skip-Bo.
Watched the first episode of Daredevil. Solid writing with excellent fight scenes. Seriously some of the most brutal fighting I’ve seen on screen in awhile.
Really enjoyed listening to the latest GameChurch Podcast. Drew does a great job! Check it out if you haven’t already.
“Every choice is a seed that you sow which you will harvest later. That is a Christian concept. If you’re currently reaping from seeds you wish you had never planted, God gives you a restart. You could respawn your life right now and start sowing new seeds.” – Thomas Henshell, GameChurch Podcast #38: Archmage Rises
That’s it for this weeks Surf Report. Make sure to comment below and have a great week!