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So the notable series came grinding to its expected and unexpected finish. I confess, I was hooked. I was hooked on Breaking Bad, its plot and characters, the gritty way human nature was revealed. Read my entire article at the Columbia Faith and Values Blog.

My column runs in Columbia Faith and Values today:

The least important thing about the smashing film “The Butler is the likelihood that Forest Whitaker will be walking away with an Oscar because of it, and that Oprah will get back to doing one of the things she does best, acting.

More importantly, a critical moral story has been retold. Like other truth-telling films, “The Butler” weaves together the personal and public in such a way that it is not only believable but convincing … read more