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June (Web-only) 2011

Christian Colleges Hope House Bill Will Repeal New Rules
CCCU says government's solution to for-profit problems threatens schools' autonomy.
Top Evangelical, Catholic, and Mainline Bodies Issue Evangelism Rules
Missiologists applaud unity effort, but note what's missing and what will raise eyebrows.
Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon
The Autobots and Decepticons lay waste to Chicago and revive the franchise.
Subscriber Access Only My Top 5 Movies About Unemployment
Twist Again
Hold on to Love
The Harrow and the Harvest
Midnight in Paris
Woody Allen's whimsical valentine to the City of Light may be his most enjoyable film in years.
Cars 2
The vehicles go international—with a 007 makeover—in this entertaining but uneven sequel.
Quivering with Fear: A Review of 'Quivering Daughters'
Hillary McFarland reveals the idolatry of patriarchal Christianity.
The Spielberg Study Method
How four books on filmmaking can help us tell the greatest story ever told.
Mass Appeal
Catholics and Protestants both like the music of John Michael Talbot, who releases his 52nd album today.
Worship and Bow Down
The Journey
On Fire
Bon Iver
Love Is Waiting
Tiger Dads vs. Sexualized Daughters
Why one of our parental duties is to protect our children physically and spirituality by teaching them to be modest.
God Wins
The really important question raised from Rob Bell's 'Love Wins.'
Green Lantern
In brightest day, in blackest night: Green Lantern comes to theaters.
Mr. Popper's Penguins
Jim Carrey, Angela Lansbury, and some very cute penguins create some fun family fare.
Poll: Most Americans No Longer Want Government Promoting 'Traditional Values'
The recent recession and a movement favoring less government may contribute to recent poll numbers.
Bromance Personified
Documentary 'Five Friends' illustrates what adult male friendships should look like.
Bishop's Move: Rowan Williams's Latest Firestorm
A leading British evangelical comments on the Archbishop of Canterbury's turn as guest editor of 'New Statesman.'
Unseen Proof
Dream with Me
All Things Bright and Beautiful
Q & A: Owl City
The man best known as Owl City says he's matured and "seasoned" since becoming an overnight sensation.
The Politics of Being a Good Christian
Why there might be two "God Gaps" in America.
Q & A: Tim Tebow on Faith, Fame, & Football
The NFL athlete reflects on his outspoken faith, whether athletes should attribute their wins to God, and moving from the Focus on the Family ad to Jockey ads.
Super 8
A rich, thrilling, and fun ride into summer movies past.
U.S. Appeals Court: Schools Can Ban Worship
Ruling says New York ban on church services doesn't discriminate against expression. But legal scholars say the decision is unlikely to stand.
What Faith Is: Accepting Conditions
Eternity is inevitable, one way or another. We may want to get used to it.
The Rise, Fall, and Rise of Ralph Reed
Why the former head of the Christian Coalition is drawing attention as a leader in the grassroots conservative movement.
Poor Man's Blues
Glenn Kaiser on his new album, Chicago's homeless, his own history with poverty, and the 40-year anniversary of the Jesus Movement.
Subscriber Access Only King James Goes to the Movies
Two documentaries look at the making of the KJV.
Love & War & The Sea In-Between
Cardboard Box
Solid State
The Road
Nothing Is Impossible
With Shivering Hearts We Wait
Echo Boom
Who Wants the Future?
Plain and Simple
Harold Camping's Rapture Campaign: Can He Be Sued for Fraud?
As an atheist group asks the California attorney general for action, legal scholars say efforts are almost certainly doomed.
X-Men: First Class
Reinvents a familiar cast of characters in what might be the standout action film of the summer.
Rejoice & Shout
A whirlwind history lesson on black gospel speaks to the music's enduring power.
Beautiful Boy
Their marriage already strained, a couple faces devastating news about their son. PLUS: Interview with Michael Sheen.
Katrina Volunteers Continue, Even When it Costs Them
Volunteers remain willing to donate time and labor, even if it means that they have to pay.
Gut-Wrenching Role
Michael Sheen discusses one of his most emotionally demanding characters in 'Beautiful Boy,' opening this week.
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.