28 Days Later
Released November 1, 2002
IN SOCIETY. 28 Days Later recurs on those well-used themes on the self-destruction of humanity and in spite of its dark tones survival is its main motif: the determination of the survivors of a virus outbreak when it would be easier to shrivel up and cease existing.
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2005. The Presbyterian Church is consulting with parishes and presbyteries to decide on the priorities for the church’s national tasks.
Focus on the Future is a series of meetings with parishioners being held in the North and South Island and encourages written submissions.
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Future this week involves artificial life (the movie A.I.), a virus outbreak (28 Days Later) and what the Presbyterian Church … Continue reading This week in the future
Envisaging and innovating the future Church
2002. Wellington Pastor Anthony Walton views writing books, including his latest, Future Church: Church by Design, as a leadership tool for producing vision, “casting a direction the church needs to head down”.
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2010: The Year We Make Contact
Released December 7, 1984
IN SOCIETY. Problematic Russian/American relations caught the public attention during the 1980s.
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Three pieces will be posted this week. That will be all for the week. The theme is the future. And … Continue reading This week
A.I. (2001) speculates on artificial intelligence in the future and asks, does the creator need the creature to love him back?
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