November (Web-only) 2011

YearbookSubscriber Access Only
Awakening: Live in ChicagoSubscriber Access Only
Black Friday, Cyber Monday, & the Christian ConsumerSubscriber Access Only
What a model for ethical consumption can look like.
The MuppetsSubscriber Access Only
It's time to light the lights. 'The Muppets' is a fun, sweet, and true return to form. PLUS: The Gospel According to Jim Henson.
HugoSubscriber Access Only
Martin Scorsese's latest tells of the power and wonder of film through one boy's redemption.
Michele Bachmann: 'It's High Time We Have a Mother in the White House'Subscriber Access Only
Also, the GOP candidate from Minnesota tells CT about her new church.
Super Kid, Super FutureSubscriber Access Only
Joel Courtney, teen star of 'Super 8,' says his Christian faith plays a role in his roles.
Tomlin: A Worship Song MachineSubscriber Access Only
With his first greatest hits album, though he hates that term, Chris Tomlin reflects on his impact around the world.
How Great Is This Music?Subscriber Access Only
Tomlin's tunes profoundly move listeners around the world. Check out some of their stories.
GlorySubscriber Access Only
50 Words for SnowSubscriber Access Only
The Gospel According to Jim HensonSubscriber Access Only
As the Muppets return to the big screen, lessons learned from the late great puppeteer.
Why 'All the Single Ladies' Shouldn't Give Up on MarriageSubscriber Access Only
Frustrations with men and the institution are real, but shouldn't obscure our hope in what God is doing.
Twilight: Breaking Dawn, Part 1Subscriber Access Only
The franchise everyone loves—or loves to hate—begins its conclusion. PLUS: Destiny vs. free will in 'Twilight.'
The Confidence of the EvangelicalSubscriber Access Only
Why the Spirit, not the magisterium, will lead us into all truth.
Destiny vs. Free Will in 'Twilight'Subscriber Access Only
In Stephanie Meyer's vampires-meet-humans universe, one trumps the other.
Main StreetSubscriber Access Only
Horton Foote's farewell screenplay, out on DVD today, falls short of his usual greatness.
Hymns and Sacred SongsSubscriber Access Only
A music review for the newest CD by Christian artist Leigh Nash
In This HourSubscriber Access Only
God's Not DeadSubscriber Access Only
The Anthem of AngelsSubscriber Access Only
PatternsSubscriber Access Only
ImmortalsSubscriber Access Only
If you want a cruelly, barbarously, savagely, callously, inhumanely, pitilessly violent—and lousy—movie, here you go.
J. EdgarSubscriber Access Only
Clint Eastwood directs Leonardo DiCaprio in a muddled biopic about the controversial FBI honcho.
MelancholiaSubscriber Access Only
A woman fights depression on her wedding night as the world around her prepares for what may be a cosmic disaster.
Jesus Music. Again.Subscriber Access Only
Veteran singer/songwriter Bob Bennett and friends revisit some of the old classics.
Jesus Music AgainSubscriber Access Only
Shake HeavenSubscriber Access Only
The Isaacs
Why Can't WeSubscriber Access Only
WeatherSubscriber Access Only
MassSubscriber Access Only
Democrats Receive Blowback over Outreach to Religious VotersSubscriber Access Only
Religious left groups have criticized the DNC’s choice due to Derrick Harkins’s views on abortion and same-sex marriage.
Tower HeistSubscriber Access Only
Some working stiffs try to rob a billionaire investor in this silly screwball comedy for the Occupy era.
Q & A: Timothy Goeglein on Redemption After Plagiarism Subscriber Access Only
The former aide to President George W. Bush explains ways to think theologically about repentance.
Billy Graham: Death's DestinationSubscriber Access Only
An excerpt from the evangelist's 'Nearing Home.'
Q & A: Tim Keller on 'The Meaning of Marriage'Subscriber Access Only
Why the pastor says gender roles are changing and how the church can be more effective in promoting marriage.
Standing in BabylonSubscriber Access Only
Musician and visual artist Sam Cintron's stage production compels viewers to consider faith in Jesus.
RenaissanceSubscriber Access Only
EconomySubscriber Access Only
Revelation RoadSubscriber Access Only
Search + RescueSubscriber Access Only
Q & A: Katie Davis on Raising a Dozen Children at 22Subscriber Access Only
The Nashville native is feeding and caring for thousands and raising children on her own.
God Made Our Brains to Need Others
God Made Our Brains to Need Others
Both science and Scripture invite us to share our suffering.