October (Web-only) 2007

Unborn in the USASubscriber Access Only
A new documentary lives up to its claim of taking a fair, objective view of the prolife movement. We talked to the filmmakers.
Q&A: Leith AndersonSubscriber Access Only
The new president of the National Association of Evangelicals speaks about galvanizing evangelicals, immigration, and the challenges ahead.
A Higher Ecclesiology for EvangelicalsSubscriber Access Only
Bryan Litfin, author of Getting to Know the Church Fathers, says that we need to reclaim our spiritual heritage.
BellaSubscriber Access Only
Dan in Real LifeSubscriber Access Only
Music WithinSubscriber Access Only
Am I Growing Yet?Subscriber Access Only
What a disappointed "fully devoted follower of Jesus" should be looking for.
The Peacemaking ProcessSubscriber Access Only
A call to evangelicals to respond to a significant Muslim overture.
Latin Lover No MoreSubscriber Access Only
Eduardo Verástegui used to play the Casanova role to the hilt, till God convinced him to change his ways. Now he's making redeeming movies, starting with the wonderful Bella.
Too Many Churches?Subscriber Access Only
Communities are feeling the squeeze of rapid church growth.
The Family GuySubscriber Access Only
In the wonderful new movie Dan in Real Life, opening Friday, Steve Carell plays the lead role in yet another film where family comes first.
The Ten CommandmentsSubscriber Access Only
Gone Baby GoneSubscriber Access Only
RenditionSubscriber Access Only
Reservation RoadSubscriber Access Only
Things We Lost in the FireSubscriber Access Only
Q&A: Sam BrownbackSubscriber Access Only
The Republican senator said he could offer a promising package to evangelical voters.
The Gospel According to SafewaySubscriber Access Only
The checkout line and the good life.
Reading the WorldSubscriber Access Only
Cultural exegesis is a necessary skill in Christian life, says the editor of Everyday Theology.
Moses Parts the Red C(GI)Subscriber Access Only
An all-new computer-animated version of The Ten Commandments releases this week, and the production company's founders plan 11 more Bible epic movies.
Elizabeth: The Golden AgeSubscriber Access Only
The Final SeasonSubscriber Access Only
Lars and the Real GirlSubscriber Access Only
SleuthSubscriber Access Only
Fox Faith: Is It Working?Subscriber Access Only
It's been an up-and-down first year for Hollywood's first major "Christian" film label, with box office busts offset by strong video sales and rentals.
Christians and the Burmese CrackdownSubscriber Access Only
A Burmese Pastor speaks on the situation of the church.
The Darjeeling LimitedSubscriber Access Only
Michael ClaytonSubscriber Access Only
The Seeker: The Dark Is RisingSubscriber Access Only
Do I Have a Witness?Subscriber Access Only
Why Jesus didn't say, "You shall be my marketers to the ends of the earth."
The Art of ForgivenessSubscriber Access Only
Images of the Prodigal Son
Lake of FireSubscriber Access Only
The Son's Day to SundaySubscriber Access Only
Sunday tells how the first day of the week went from the Lord's Day to Christian Sunday.
Lovers in a Dangerous TimeSubscriber Access Only
Over the Rhine is sensual, spiritual, and political.
All I Need Is HereSubscriber Access Only
Meet Me Where I AmSubscriber Access Only
Redeeming the DaysSubscriber Access Only
Christians Could Return to Middle East, Thanks to Trump (Deportations)
Christians Could Return to Middle East, Thanks to Trump (Deportations)
Emptied Arab churches prepare for a rare task: making room.