Following the Hero's Call
Stephen McGarveyStephen McGarvey is the Executive Editor of Crosswalk.com and Christianity.com for the Salem Web Network. He is a World Journalism Institute fellow and has previously worked for BreakPoint with Chuck Colson, and the Home School Legal Defense Association. His articles have appeared in several publications including WORLD, The Washington Times, byFaith, BreakPoint WorldView, and the Union Leader (Manchester, NH).
- 2007 Feb 01
Alex Wainer takes a look at the television show Heroes and one of its main characters Hiro Nakamura:
Heroes seems to have a thematic dialogue going between fate and free will and between evolution and destiny. Portentous voiceovers begin and often end the show, discussing the mysterious forces at work in the heroes’ lives, asking hard questions such as “where does morality belong in an evolving species?” The title “Heroes” implies the moral quality of nobility, if these individuals will choose to use their powers for good. When Hiro gets a phone call leading him further into the world-saving mission, he tells his friend Ando that destiny has just called. Ando, uneasy at their increasingly dangerous mission, replies, “I wish destiny would lose our number.”
Read the full article on BreakPoint: Hiro's Journey, Our Journey