The goal was as simple as it was ambitious; as beautiful as it was grotesque; as awesome as it was … so freakishly awesome! A crowdsourced version of Star Wars Episode IV (A New Hope) in 15-second blocks, open-sourced and using any creative media you happen to have nearby. Less than a year later, the results are in.
I, for one, will never wash my eyeballs again!
Enjoy it now before the MPAA tries to shut it down:
Conflict and Conciliation: Faith and Politics in an Age of Global Dissonance
Despite the peaceful foundations of global monotheistic religions, the broad diversity of interpretations can lead to a sharp paradox regarding the use of force. Inevitably, we must ask ourselves: How can those who ascribe to peaceful beliefs suspend their own moral foundation to beat the drums of war? ... read more
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