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November (Web-only) 2010

No 'Blues' on This Happy Set
With production well underway, the team behind the Blue Like Jazz movie is humbled and fueled by gratitude for those who funded the film.
Love Is . . .
Murder Yesterday
Progress Against AIDS Falters
Christians should make the moral case for sustaining aid programs.
The King's Speech
A rousing and inspirational drama about finding help and hope where you least expect it.
Pass the Casserole
Losing control over your eating—like, when you can’t cook after surgery for cancer—has a way of turning anxiety into gratitude.
Love and Other Drugs
Romantic comedy is heavy on sex and light on substance.
Thanks to expert storytelling and deep characters, Tangled is yet another touching and enchanting addition to the rich collection of Disney favorites.
Subscriber Access Only More Than a Mountain
'Deep Down' plumbs theological divide on coal mining.
Subscriber Access Only Little Town of Bethlehem
'Little Town of Bethlehem' puts a human face on Israeli-Palestinian relations.
Introducing the City Harmonic
My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy
Prodigal God
Pray for the Peace of Sudan
The World Evangelical Alliance's Geoff Tunnicliffe talks about efforts to ensure a fair and peaceful election in Sudan and calls for a world day of prayer for the safety of believers there.
Marriage in Obsolescence
Why recent headlines on marriage don't do the new Pew survey justice.
The Ethics of Earmarks
As President Obama calls for an end to projects written into legislation, Charles Colson says banning pork projects is an ethical "no-brainer."
The Next Three Days
Despite an entertaining finale, Paul Haggis' latest asks us to leave logic and morals at the door.
Cool It
Provocative profile of a skeptical environmentalist.
Blessed Are the Unoffended
How can Christians communicate what we believe without being denigrating or inflammatory?
Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows, Part 1
Darker and slower paced than the other films, but an intriguing character study. Also: HP on Mars Hill.
Harry Potter on Mars Hill
How the popular series—the books and the movies—bridge the secular-sacred divide ... not to mention the conversational gap between parents and kids.
Putting Evangelism on Hold
Will the Global Faith Forum's "evangelistic model" of engaging Muslims and Jews catch on?
Mercy Speaks Live
And If Our God Is for Us ...
Denzel Washington and Chris Pine catch a train.
Sarah Palin, TLC Style
A new TV show, starting Sunday, spotlights Alaska from the eyes of its former governor.
The Politics of Prayer
When is it okay to bring the Bible into a political fight?
A Theology of Workflow
Matt Perman on how Christians should think about productivity.
Morning Glory
A romantic comedy about the kooky world of morning news shows.
Subscriber Access Only My Top 5 Movies on the Holocaust
Ø (Disambiguation)
Subscriber Access Only Christmas Music Wrap-Up 2010
The season's gladdest tidings in new holiday albums.
Marvin Olasky Resigns as Provost of The King's College
Olasky's departure comes after Dinesh D'Souza was appointed president.
Subscriber Access Only Why Conservatives Won
Activists celebrate victories in Congress and in many statehouses.
Due Date
Putting two great comedic actors together does not necessarily make a funny movie.
127 Hours
A rewarding tale of survival, not for the faint of heart.
A superhero movie spoof about a not-so-super villain—and true heroism.
Boost Your Cultural IQ
Soong-Chan Rah calls for the American church to understand itself.
Subscriber Access Only Pro-Life Democrats Ousted as Election Centers on the Economy
Anti-abortion groups spent millions against supporters of healthcare reform bill.
Brazil's Evangelicals Make Voting Bloc Debut
Forced presidential runoff demonstrates the importance of Protestant voters.
When I'm with You
Black Dub
National Ransom
It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like . . .
With their fourth holiday album in 11 years, Point of Grace is in the Christmas spirit. We talked to Leigh Cappillino about their latest.
New Rules Worry Christian Colleges
Government's solution to for-profit problems may threaten schools' autonomy.
The Precarious Future of Assisted Suicide
The Precarious Future of Assisted Suicide
'Culture of Death' sounds the alarm on pending medical bioethics legislation and other troubling trends.