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We produced the following two films for True Tube following the theories of Gordon Lynch, Professor of Theology at the University of Kent. It is intended  to encourage debate within the classrooms of young people at Key Stage Level 3.

True Tube is a charity funded company that uses video to engage and encourage ethical discussion for Key Stages 3 and 4 within schools.

"What Is Sacred?"

What does society believe to be of unquestionable value and importance? What do we think of as simply natural and right?

This is film to explain what "Sacred" means in a contemporary society, produced for True Tube following the theories of Gordon Lynch, Professor of Theology at the University of Kent. It is intended to encourage debate within the classrooms of young people at Key Stage Level 3.

"Is Nature Sacred?"

It's obvious that nature is good. Natural food, natural flavouring, natural colour, natural cosmetics and natural childbirth are all wonderful things in the eyes of most people.

This film examines the different reasons that people have for believing Nature to be sacred. It might be because they believe that Nature is intrinsically good. It might be because they want to protect humankind. It might be because they attach religious importance to nature and to humans as stewards. It might be because Nature represents a return to Eden and a less complicated, less corrupted time. It might be because we have been nurtured by nature. Or it might be a mixture of some (or all) of these.




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