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Television, Religion, and Supernatural: Hunting Monsters, Finding Gods By Erika Engstrom Joseph M. Valenzano III,

  • Title: Television, Religion, and Supernatural: Hunting Monsters, Finding Gods
  • Author: Erika Engstrom Joseph M. Valenzano III
  • ISBN: 9780739184752
  • Page: 301
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Television, Religion, and Supernatural examines the text of the CW network television series Supernatural, a program based in the horror genre that offers viewers myriad religious based antagonists through the portrayals of monsters, which its two main characters hunt and destroy, as well as storylines based on the Bible Even as the series producers claim a nonreligiouTelevision, Religion, and Supernatural examines the text of the CW network television series Supernatural, a program based in the horror genre that offers viewers myriad religious based antagonists through the portrayals of monsters, which its two main characters hunt and destroy, as well as storylines based on the Bible Even as the series producers claim a nonreligious perspective, the authors contend that story arcs and outcomes of episodes actually forward a hegemonic portrayal of Christianity that portrays a good versus evil motif regarding the superiority of Catholicism The depiction of its protagonist brothers, Dean and Sam Winchester of Lawrence, Kansas, provides a pro American perspective regarding a generalized fight against evil in contemporary times.
    Television Religion and Supernatural Hunting Monsters Finding Gods Television Religion and Supernatural examines the text of the CW network television series Supernatural a program based in the horror genre that offers viewers myriad religious based antagonists th

    One thought on “Television, Religion, and Supernatural: Hunting Monsters, Finding Gods”

    1. Solid analysis, but the authors were looking far too hard They, knowingly, went against the showrunners intentions several times in their analysis I don t understand how you can find things that the writers say aren t there.

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