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Other entries receiving note from the past ten years were the monks from Of Gods & Men (2010), Athelstan the monk as portrayed by George Blagden in the television series Vikings (2013-present), Sam Childers as portrayed by Gerard Butler in Machine Gun Preacher (2011), and more. And you might check out a piece we published in 2003: "Good, Bad, and Ugly Christians in the Movies," by Jeffrey Overstreet.

This is, of course, not a comprehensive list. So who would be on yours?

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How we watch matters at least as much as what we watch. TV and movies are more than entertainment: they teach us how to live and how to love one another, for better or worse. And they both mirror and shape our culture.
Alissa Wilkinson
Alissa Wilkinson is Christianity Today's chief film critic and assistant professor of English and humanities at The King's College in New York City. She lives in Brooklyn.
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