May (Web-only) 2010

Subscriber Access Only Groups Battle Over 'Don't Ask Don't Tell'
Some conservative organizations are attempting one last push back in their fight to keep gays and lesbians from openly serving in the military.
Subscriber Access Only Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
Despite the potential for thrilling adventure in an exotic setting, this adaptation of the popular video game series is an ultimately forgettable summer blockbuster.
Subscriber Access Only Pastor With No Tongue Still Has a Lot to Say
The Lutheran pastor believes that he's been able to reach more people than if he had not had cancer.
Subscriber Access Only Sex and the City 2
In this disappointing installment, the women escape their problems instead of grappling with them—and offer us a fluffy version of female power.
Subscriber Access Only What 'Lost' Taught Us about Dying Well
The meaning behind "live together, die alone."
Subscriber Access Only So Long, Insecurity
It's time we got our dignity back.
Subscriber Access Only 'Lost' in Disappointment
The season finale was 'a cop-out' and 'a turn for the worse,' says author and 'Lost' guru Chris Seay. But there's still much we can learn from the show.
Subscriber Access Only Saint Bartlett
Subscriber Access Only Songs of Emotional Healing
Subscriber Access Only Chasing God's Heart
Lynda Randle may be best known as the only African-American in the Gaither family of musicians, but her biggest passion is ministering to hurting women.
Subscriber Access Only Redeeming 'Lost'
Entertainment Weekly's Jeff Jensen tells CT why the television show reminds him of C. S. Lewis's 'The Great Divorce.'
Subscriber Access Only Glenn Beck's Gospel
Some evangelicals support Beck's view of salvation and social justice. Others see the Fox News commentator as 'a danger to true evangelical theology.'
Subscriber Access Only Remembering Moishe Rosen
Jews for Jesus founder left his mark on evangelism.
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Faithful Presence Is Not Quietism
James Davison Hunter responds to Chuck Colson and Andy Crouch.
Subscriber Access Only Racing Dreams
This documentary about NASCAR's "Little League" offers exciting races and a poignant look at the transition between childhood and adulthood.
Subscriber Access Only Shrek Forever After
The final chapter in the Shrek saga is a refreshing improvement on its predecessor—while also affirming the value of counting your blessings.
Subscriber Access Only Say God
Subscriber Access Only Weakness Makes You Beautiful
Subscriber Access Only Wide Open Spaces
Subscriber Access Only Nightlights
Subscriber Access Only Christian Radio: It's a Man's World
Forty-eight of the top 50 Christian songs in the last decade were by males, a figure primarily determined by women who listen to Christian radio. Why don't they want to hear their female peers on the air?
Subscriber Access Only Obama's AIDS Dilemma
White House funding priorities determine who will live and who will die.
Subscriber Access Only Who is Elena Kagan?
Political activist groups don't know much about the Supreme Court nominee, but they still had plenty to say about her.
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More than Faithful Presence
Charles Colson responds to James Davison Hunter's 'To Change the World'.
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Hunter and I Agree on Culture Making (He Just Seems Not to Know It)
Andy Crouch responds to James Davison Hunter's 'To Change the World'.
Subscriber Access Only Mother and Child
Despite a stellar cast and standout performances, this dark and brooding look at women, motherhood, and various longings is a bit too self-indulgent and darkly obsessive for its own good.
Subscriber Access Only Letters to Juliet
A young woman vacationing in Italy finds a love-letter written 50 years before, and assists the now-elderly widow who wrote it to find her one-time love.
Subscriber Access Only Robin Hood
The latest incarnation of the legendary hero starring Russell Crowe attempts intense action and authenticity a la Braveheart, but falls short on facts and fun.
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Doug Coe's Vision for the Fellowship
The man behind the National Prayer Breakfast explains his original intent for his organization.
Subscriber Access Only Taming Religion
Why we need to keep The Extremist in check.
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Psychologist Resigns from NARTH after Gay Prostitute's Claims
George Rekers has resigned from a reparative therapy group, saying, 'I am not gay and never have been.'
Subscriber Access Only Arizona's Border Crisis
Why Christians should oppose the state's new immigration law.
Subscriber Access Only 6 Catholics, 3 Jews
Does it matter that there might soon be no Protestants on the Supreme Court?
Subscriber Access Only Elena Kagan's Past Leaves Little Trail
President Obama's Supreme Court nomination has walked a political tightrope.
Subscriber Access Only Serpent Tales & Nightingales
Subscriber Access Only Times and Seasons
Subscriber Access Only The Light Meets the Dark
Subscriber Access Only Letting Go
Subscriber Access Only Overcoming Fear in 'Feast or Fallow'
With one of the best albums of the year so far, Sandra McCracken's new hymns project is balm for the soul. We asked her all about it.
Subscriber Access Only Dobson and Dobson
"Doctor" returns to the radio as his wife's National Day of Prayer takes center stage.
Subscriber Access Only Babies
This fascinating documentary follows four babies (from Namibia, Mongolia, Japan, and the U.S.) through their first year of life.
Subscriber Access Only Iron Man 2
With a bigger universe and a host of new faces, this comic book movie sequel is bigger—and in many ways better—than the blockbuster original.
Subscriber Access Only Mother's Day Worship?
Leaders weigh in on whether churches should celebrate Mother’s Day in worship services.
Subscriber Access Only Q & A: James Dobson on the National Day of Prayer
Focus on the Family's founder gives his assessment of a judge's recent ruling that the day is unconstitutional.
Subscriber Access Only Jim Belcher, Francis Chan, N.T. Wright, and Others Leave the Pastorate to Write and Speak
Why church planters often quit their congregations.
Subscriber Access Only Bonhoeffer Stood Fast
Martyred German pastor showed theology has consequences.
Subscriber Access Only Forgiveness Rock Record
Subscriber Access Only Heaven Is Whenever
Subscriber Access Only So Runs the World Away
Subscriber Access Only The Generous Mr. Lovewell
Subscriber Access Only The Gulf of Mexico and the Care of Creation
We exercise dominion over creation not only when we use it, but also when we conserve it.
Subscriber Access Only Bloggers Target Seminary President
Liberty's Ergun Caner accused of false statements in his testimony about converting from Islam.
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The Church's Three-Part Harmony
The Church's Three-Part Harmony
Why evangelical, sacramental, and Pentecostal Christians belong together in one body.