February (Web-only) 2008

Out of AfricaSubscriber Access Only
Thomas Oden reminds us of classical Christianity's debt to Africa in How Africa Shaped the Christian Mind.
BonnevilleSubscriber Access Only
Chicago 10Subscriber Access Only
Girls Rock!Subscriber Access Only
The Other Boleyn GirlSubscriber Access Only
PenelopeSubscriber Access Only
Semi-ProSubscriber Access Only
Larry Norman, Coffee Shop EvangelistSubscriber Access Only
How a chance meeting with a selfless Christian star changed my life.
Graham Film in the WorksSubscriber Access Only
Bel Air Presbyterian's drama department has mastered the art of making short films that are funny without being cheesy, and effective without being overwrought.
Buckley on BeliefSubscriber Access Only
A 1997 Books & Culture interview with William F. Buckley, Jr., who died Wednesday, February 27.
Singing Amid SufferingSubscriber Access Only
Sara Groves uses tragedy to explore God's love.
Larry Norman, 'Father of Christian Rock,' Dies at 60Subscriber Access Only
Musician left a large footprint before he became estranged from the Christian music industry.
Be Kind RewindSubscriber Access Only
Charlie BartlettSubscriber Access Only
Vantage PointSubscriber Access Only
Singable DoctrineSubscriber Access Only
Keith and Kristyn Getty have a passion for writing modern hymns.
Seventy Times SevenSubscriber Access Only
Martin Doblmeier's newest documentary has already struck an international blow for the value of forgiveness
Congress Again Considers Workplace Religious Freedom ActSubscriber Access Only
More than a decade after its introduction, bill still has wide bipartisan support—and corporate criticism.
Disenfranchised in PakistanSubscriber Access Only
A guide to Christians' concerns about the February 18 parliamentary elections.
Definitely, MaybeSubscriber Access Only
JumperSubscriber Access Only
The Spiderwick ChroniclesSubscriber Access Only
A Box Office Exodus?Subscriber Access Only
The animated Ten Commandments didn't draw much of a crowd to the cineplex, but the company behind the movie is optimistic about its future Bible films.
The 2007 Readers' Choice AwardsSubscriber Access Only
You liked movies about hip (and pregnant) teens, animated rats, and former CIA assassins, but most of all, you loved a film about one man who changed the world.
You Have Heard It SaidSubscriber Access Only
Caputo's What Would Jesus Deconstruct? sends us to take another look at Jesus.
The Shepherd's DogSubscriber Access Only
Alt-folk
Two Testaments, One StorySubscriber Access Only
Top evangelical scholars team up for landmark commentary on New Testament use of Old Testament.
Fool's GoldSubscriber Access Only
In BrugesSubscriber Access Only
Super Tuesday Results Show Split Between Evangelicals and Their SpokesmenSubscriber Access Only
Dobson's anti-McCain e-mail doesn't seem to have made a difference.
Opening a Door into PrayerSubscriber Access Only
A reflection on solitude during Lent, excerpted from Small Surrenders: A Lenten Journey.
The 2007 Critics' Choice AwardsSubscriber Access Only
A combination of Oscar nominees and lesser-known indies makes up our list for the best overall movies of the year.
Christians Unite for Strike's EndSubscriber Access Only
Writers and other Hollywood professionals gather weekly to pray for an end to the writer's strike, which is hurting many people financially, emotionally, and spiritually.
Censured Southern Baptist Critic ResignsSubscriber Access Only
Wade Burleson resigned Tuesday after International Mission Board suspended him over blog's criticism.
A Postcard from KenyaSubscriber Access Only
A dorm parent at Rift Valley Academy on coping with the ongoing violence.
CaramelSubscriber Access Only
Over Her Dead BodySubscriber Access Only
The Cardiac DefectSubscriber Access Only
God of This CitySubscriber Access Only
Shalom, Amigos: The Changing Faces of Christian Zionism
Shalom, Amigos: The Changing Faces of Christian Zionism
How Hispanic evangelicals hope to become Israel’s best friends.