No One is Saved Alone: Farnese’s Journey to Virtue

Too few articles have come from me in the past month, my dear readers.  My hope is that July will prove more fruitful as I renew my acquaintance with my favorite religious writers and essayists–G. K. Chesterton in particular.

May you enjoy the post linked to below, which touches on some interesting issues present in Berserk (2017)!

No One is Saved Alone: Farnese’s Journey to Virtue

Berserk 9

 

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2 comments on “No One is Saved Alone: Farnese’s Journey to Virtue

  1. Paul Dang says:

    I definitely liked the first Berserk TV series, but the last episode proved too much for me. I was then too young (high-schooler) and I realized I shouldn’t see that scene, at that point. I tried watching the newer series but I guess I lost interest at this point now. Anyways, this was a good article.

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  2. Thank you! The first TV series (1997) was great, though the last couple of episodes were pretty horrendous.

    Concerning the new seasons, I found at least one reason to avoid them after all. I wrote an article on it, and it’s a shame that I can’t see myself watching it anymore.

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