July (Web-only) 2007

Will Tomorrow's Evangelicals Remember Tammy Faye?Subscriber Access Only
She was an icon of a changing movement, but didn't actually change it, say experts.
Resurrecting the Public DeathSubscriber Access Only
Tammy Faye reminded us how to die.
The Camden 28Subscriber Access Only
My Best FriendSubscriber Access Only
No ReservationsSubscriber Access Only
The Simpsons MovieSubscriber Access Only
Talk to MeSubscriber Access Only
(A Bit Less) Positive About PotterSubscriber Access Only
How Focus on the Family, Prison Fellowship, and others have—and haven't—changed their views about the books over the years.
Grace—That's So SickSubscriber Access Only
The church seems to be an embarrassment to everyone except its Lord.
Arctic TaleSubscriber Access Only
A Tough AudienceSubscriber Access Only
Michael Landon Jr. on making movies for Christians.
What Would Jonathan Edwards Say About Harry Potter?Subscriber Access Only
How the preacher responded to pop culture's version of transcendence.
'The Man Who Saw the Angel'Subscriber Access Only
Russian director Andrei Tarkovsky opposed any intellectual interpretation of his films, but they were rife with spiritual imagery and signs of his faith.
Harry Potter and the Deathly HallowsSubscriber Access Only
The magic world of Harry Potter begins yielding to a 'deeper magic.' A review of 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows'
HairspraySubscriber Access Only
SunshineSubscriber Access Only
Bush's HeresySubscriber Access Only
His hope for Iraq is "more of a theological perspective," he says.
Early LightSubscriber Access Only
On pilgrimage to Ireland's first Christian sites.
Pro-Life CinemaSubscriber Access Only
Several recent films take a life-affirming view of unwanted pregnancies, as babies are carried to term and abortion is dismissed as an option. Could this be a trend?
Think About GodSubscriber Access Only
Pioneer Brian Doerksen on what's wrong with worship music.
Missions That HealSubscriber Access Only
Ministering across the wealth divide means giving up our savior complex.
Rescue DawnSubscriber Access Only
Tablet Is 'Proof' for Jeremiah PassageSubscriber Access Only
Plus: A Ghanaian pastor's shocking magic trick, Time on Democrats' religious outreach, what to watch next in the Holsinger debate, and other stories from online sources around the world.
We Are Not PregnantSubscriber Access Only
The glory of men and women lies in their unbridgeable differences.
Honest Ecumenism, AgainSubscriber Access Only
As we said in 2000, the Vatican's statement on the nature of the church is a step forward, not backward, for Christian unity.
Harry Potter and the Order of the PhoenixSubscriber Access Only
'Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix' is a dark, grim, serious film, with little of the joy or whimsy that animated the first four movies.
The Importance of Being WesternSubscriber Access Only
Why are we so embarrassed that Columbus ever set foot in the New World?
The Passivity Of American ChristiansSubscriber Access Only
The myths that are intimidating those who hold forth a biblical heritage, and what can be done about them.
Superman on the Screen: Counterfeit Myth?Subscriber Access Only
Heroes have disappeared. They have been replaced by superheroes-fantasy creatures.
Theologian Harold O. J. Brown Dies at 74Subscriber Access Only
Scholar and writer was key in mobilizing pro-life movement among evangelicals.
Sinéad O'Connor's Theology and 'Theology'Subscriber Access Only
Why you shouldn't be surprised that her new album is mostly passages from the Old Testament.
Jesus Is 'Like an Energy'Subscriber Access Only
Or something. And God is in all of us, and he doesn't judge. Such is the wobbly theology of Sinead O'Connor, whose new album is being pitched to the Christian market.
License to WedSubscriber Access Only
TransformersSubscriber Access Only
Take a Chance on Something BeautifulSubscriber Access Only
GuaranteedSubscriber Access Only
Christmas and Cricket: Finding Two Lost C. S. Lewis Articles
Christmas and Cricket: Rediscovering Two Lost C. S. Lewis Articles After 70 Years
“A Christmas Sermon for Pagans” is quintessential Lewis at the height of his renown. “Cricketer’s Progress” is more of a mystery.