Something More: Outbreak Company Evangelism, Shaming Kill la Kill, and Shintoism in Gingitsune

We have a couple weeks’ worth of articles to mention, so let’s get started!

Frank finds that Outbreak Company‘s “mission” offers some very important lessons for missionaries of the gospel. [A Series of Miracles]

Medievalotaku refers to the sin and sainthood, among other ideas, in his examination of how Kill la Kill approaches the idea of shame. [Medieval Otaku]

Jonathan Tappan is impressed by the authenticity of how Gingitsune shows Shintoism.  [FunBlog]

D.M. Dutcher finds that the gulf between the haves and have nots in Iris Zero manga is a good reflection of the difference between Christians and non-Christians. [Cacao, put down the shovel!]

Rocklobster reviews Rebuild of Evangelion 1.0: You Are [Not] Alone, which he gives his highest rating, despite reservations about the religious content. [Lobster Quadrille]

D.M. Dutcher calls Dangaizer 3 a guilty pleasure, rating it “R” in his viewing scale for Christians. [Cacao, put down the shovel!]

As part of the Something More series of posts, each week Beneath the Tangles links to writings about anime and manga that involve religion and spirituality.  If you’ve written such a piece or know of one, please email TWWK if you’d like it included. 

TWWK

Husband. Dad. Occasionally Korean. Enjoys Star Wars, ASOIAF, and Meg Ryan movies. Tweets before proofreading. Ghibli. Oregairuuuuu. Jesus is King.

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