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April (Web-only) 2011

Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil
The original was charming, but this convoluted sequel tries too hard to appeal to kids and adults.
Reconciliation
This drama, new on DVD, tactfully handles subjects of fatherhood and homosexual relationships.
The Pastor's Speech
How 'The King's Speech' resonates with this stuttering preacher.
Nicky Cruz: David Wilkerson 'Never Lost His Heart'
Gang leader-turned-evangelist misses his spiritual father.
Remembering David Wilkerson
How the pastor/evangelist shaped the Pentecostal and evangelical movements—and the world.
The Adoption Crusade
What a misleading article in the 'The Nation' can teach evangelicals.
Q & A: Franklin Graham on Obama's Birth, Trump, & Faith
The evangelist had said about the president, "I don't know why he can't produce" a birth certificate and suggested "maybe the guy's right" about Donald Trump.
White House Rebukes Franklin Graham for 'Preposterous Charges'
The evangelist had said "I don't know why he can't produce" a birth certificate for President Obama.
Why Beijing's Largest House Church Refuses to Stop Meeting Outdoors
Shouwang vows to continue showdown until Christmas in hopes of ending Achilles' heel of unregistered churches: government pressure on landlords.
'It's a Hard Place to Be'
It ain't easy being a Christian on 'Survivor.' Just ask Matt Elrod, who's still in the game.
Make It Loud
We Are Rising
The One That You Loved
Hard Bargain
A Resurrection Prayer
A post-Easter reflection.
African Cats
If Mufasa starred in BBC's 'Planet Earth', we might get something like this documentary.
Water for Elephants
The Big Top comes to the Big Screen in this lively adaptation of the bestselling novel of the same name.
Rhythms of Resurrection
Peter Gabriel's 'Passion' and John Coltrane's 'A Love Supreme' make the perfect Easter soundtrack.
Mercifully Forsaken
There is a reason Good Friday is called good, and why we can be thankful when God forsakes us.
'Doctor Who's Lonely God
He's a great TV adventure character, but a terrible messiah. And he knows it.
Flowers of the Son
'Flowers of the Son' follows Jews for Jesus in the Holy Land.
Church Movies Keep Coming
A California congregation joins the parade with a film about human trafficking. But is it a good trend?
Sing It Loud
Until the Dawn Appears
Chasing Someday
Control
Love Shine Through
Importing Peace
New Christian festival aspires to be like Greenbelt, reaching gays and other groups.
Vietnamese Authorities in Hanoi Cancel Luis Palau Easter Celebrations
Local officials prevent events featuring U.S. evangelist Luis Palau.
Suspected Drug Traffickers Kidnap Pastor in Mexico
Michoacan state church leader abducted during Sunday service.
Meek's Cutoff
A dusty, slow, neorealistic take on fear, exhaustion, courage, and the pioneers.
The Conspirator
Robert Redford recreates the trial of a woman accused of aiding in the assassination of Lincoln.
Fact-Checking Claims about Planned Parenthood
Congress is expected to vote today on a resolution that would eliminate any federal funding for Planned Parenthood or its affiliates.
Q & A: Michele Bachmann on Cuts for Aid Relief, Obama's Faith and Credibility, and Francis Schaeffer
The Tea Party caucus chair talks to CT about recent military actions in Libya, why she opposes governmental steps to combat global warming, and her potential presidential candidacy.
Blessings
The Beauty Of The Cross
C'mon
Paper Airplane
So Beautiful or So What
Hanna
This thriller about a teen assassin packs plenty of visual style, but the story rings surprisingly hollow.
Dead Space: Christians Demand Burial Land in Crowded Kathmandu
Nepal's Supreme Court due to rule Monday on Christian and Hindu lawsuits.
Q& A: Will Graham on Preaching Hell and Why He Doesn't Believe in Mass Evangelism
The son of Franklin Graham and the grandson of Billy Graham discusses his family and ministry.
Soul Surfer
The inspiring true story of surfer girl Bethany Hamilton's courage and faith after a shark attack.
The Problem with Christus Victor
An increasingly popular view of the atonement forces the question: What are we saved from?
What Would Lewis Do?
The "proper" sequence of the Narnia books has been debatable. As for the films, a Lewis scholar predicts what the Narnia author would've chosen next.
The Lion, the Witch, and the Box Office
As 'Dawn Treader' releases to DVD, Walden's president says despite declining numbers, they're moving ahead with the next Narnia film, 'The Magician's Nephew.'
Q & A: Rick Santorum on Muslims, Religious Freedom, and ‘Walking’ for President
The former senator from Pennsylvania talks about what he thinks Obama got right and becoming a target of the gay community.
Risen
How to Become Clairvoyant
What If We Were Real
Feedback
I Will Praise You
The Wait Is Over
Rebecca St. James, the girl who sang "Wait for Me," is about to get married. And for her fans, the long wait for a new album has ended.
A Surfer with Soul
Bethany Hamilton, the young surfer who lost her arm to a shark attack, tells her story as 'Soul Surfer,' the biopic of her journey, hits the big screen.
Deadly Afghan Riots Blamed on Qur'an Burning at Fla. Church
Terry Jones says he's not responsible.
Scholars Doubtful About Metal Plate Documents' Authenticity
"More significant than the Dead Sea Scrolls"? It's very unlikely.
Hop
Too dull for kids, too inane for parents. Like a chocolate bunny—pretty but hollow.
Source Code
Jake Gyllenhaal has eight minutes to catch a mad bomber—again and again and again.
The Softer Face of Calvinism
The Softer Face of Calvinism
Reformed theology is more irenic and diverse than you think, says theologian Oliver Crisp.