I have always enjoyed Alfred Hitchcock’s movies. His influence upon modern cinema is profound, even if many of those who currently watch movies do not realize it. The movies he made hold up to multiple viewings. He also worked with some of the best actors and actresses of his day. Here is an interesting article on how his most famous movie Psycho changed cinema.
Q: 9. Does not God then do injustice to man, by requiring from him in his law, that which he cannot perform?
A: Not at all, for God made man capable of performing it; but man, by the instigation of the devil, and his own willful disobedience, deprived himself and all his posterity of those divine gifts.
Q: 10. Will God suffer such disobedience and rebellion to go unpunished?
A: By no means, but is terribly displeased with our original as well as actual sins; and will punish them in his just judgment temporally and eternally, as he has declared, “Cursed is every one that continues not in all things, which are written in the book of the law, to do them.”
Q: 11. Is not God then also merciful?
A: God is indeed merciful, but also just; therefore his justice requires, that sin which is committed against the most high majesty of God, be also punished with extreme, that is, with everlasting punishment of body and soul
Here is an interesting article called “Wasted Seed” by Ben Merkle showing how Tamar and Ruth are very similar to one another. A good example of showing how themes we see earlier in the Scriptures tend to show up later.