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April (Web-only) 2012

Subscriber Access Only The Raven
Edgar Allan Poe may have pioneered "horror" stories, but he probably never envisioned this.
Both Chastity and Contraception: A Sacred Compromise
Subscriber Access Only Both Chastity and Contraception: A Sacred Compromise
Churches discussing contraception with singles isn't about giving up. It's about being in a relationship with them.
Subscriber Access Only The Five-Year Engagement
A funny and moralistic romantic comedy that almost gets marriage right.
Pirates! Band of Misfits, The
Subscriber Access Only The Pirates! Band of Misfits
The creators of 'Wallace and Gromit' take to the high seas for an outrageous family comedy.
Q & A: Nikki Haley on Faith, the 'War on Women,' and Why She Would Say No to VP
Subscriber Access Only Q & A: Nikki Haley on Faith, the 'War on Women,' and Why She Would Say No to VP
The governor of South Carolina doesn't wear faith on her sleeve, but she's open about her Sikh to Christianity conversion.
Million Dollar Man
Subscriber Access Only Million Dollar Man
Playing a rock legend in 'Million Dollar Quartet' has been a blast for actor Shaun Whitley.
Earlier: Why Churches Shouldn't Push Contraceptives to Their Singles
Subscriber Access Only Why Churches Shouldn't Push Contraceptives to Their Singles
Reducing abortion is a noble and urgent goal. This is the wrong way to do it.
Daughters of the Sexual Revolution: Why the Hook-up Culture Is Sexist
Subscriber Access Only Daughters of the Sexual Revolution: Why the Hook-up Culture Is Sexist
A culture of casual sex frustrates our young women's pursuit of happy, enduring relationships. A review of 'Girls Uncovered.'
Subscriber Access Only Kony 2012 and the Golden Rule: How Do 'We' Tell 'Their' Story?
Six principles for communicating Christians.
Phil Madeira: 'Hymns for the Rest of Us'
Subscriber Access Only Phil Madeira: 'Hymns for the Rest of Us'
The veteran musician on his new album, 'Christian' music, and a wandering spiritual journey.
Subscriber Access Only One Silver Needle
Subscriber Access Only Blunderbuss
Subscriber Access Only The Body Wins
Subscriber Access Only One G1rl Can Change the World
Chuck Colson and the Conscience of a Hatchet-Man
Subscriber Access Only Chuck Colson and the Conscience of a Hatchet-Man
What's behind the snarky obituaries and media retrospectives infuriating many Christians.
What Egypt's Leading Islamist Presidential Candidate Thinks About Christians
Subscriber Access Only What Egypt's Leading Islamist Presidential Candidate Thinks About Christians
An exclusive interview with former Muslim Brotherhood leader Abdel-Moneim Abol Fotoh.
Subscriber Access Only Q & A: Karl Rove on Chuck Colson's Influence
President Bush's deputy chief of staff explains the former Nixon adviser's widespread impact.
Remembering Charles Colson, a Man Transformed
Subscriber Access Only Remembering Charles Colson, a Man Transformed
The real story of how "Nixon's hatchet man" ended up in, out, and back in prison (and the White House), shaping a movement in the process.
Chuck Colson Has Died
Subscriber Access Only Evangelical Leader Chuck Colson Dead at 80
The infamous convicted Nixon adviser became famous for prison reform, evangelical-Catholic dialogue, and his Christian worldview.
Subscriber Access Only Voice of the Martyrs' Tom White's Death an Apparent Suicide Following Molestation Investigation
Leader of prominent persecution ministry was being investigated by police on allegations of molesting a young girl.
Interview: Why Jane Goodall Thinks Chimps May Have Souls
Subscriber Access Only Interview: Why Jane Goodall Thinks Chimps May Have Souls
The world's foremost expert says chimpanzees may even have a kind of spiritual awareness.
The Ceasefire Prayer Behind Leymah Gbowee's Nobel Peace Prize
Subscriber Access Only The Ceasefire Prayer Behind Leymah Gbowee's Nobel Peace Prize
How faith led to a Nobel Peace Prize winner's push for reconciliation.
Chimpanzee
Subscriber Access Only Chimpanzee
A lush film with an adorable young star is slightly marred by cheesy narration.
Subscriber Access Only The Lucky One
They're still making movies out of Nicholas Sparks novels. But nothing as good as 'The Notebook,' including this drivel.
Subscriber Access Only Darling Companion
In search of a missing canine, the film itself wanders more than its characters.
Subscriber Access Only Fool on a Tightrope
The once-wayward son of a famous evangelist recounts his precarious passage into adulthood.
Q & A: Andrew Palau on the Life of a Fool
Subscriber Access Only Q & A: Andrew Palau on the Life of a Fool
In a prodigal son-like story, the son of famed evangelist Luis Palau explains how he went from apathy to doing evangelism with his father.
The New Conversion: Why We 'Become Christians' Differently Today
Subscriber Access Only The New Conversion: Why We 'Become Christians' Differently Today
Evangelicals are undergoing a sea change understanding when it comes to this pivotal moment in the believer's life.
Andrew Sullivan Says Forget the Church. That's Like Saying Forget Grace.
Subscriber Access Only Andrew Sullivan Says Forget the Church. That's Like Saying Forget Grace.
Why Christianity is a many splendored thing
Jars of Clay: Why Tour? Why Now?
Subscriber Access Only Jars of Clay: Why Tour? Why Now?
Frontman Dan Haseltine gives a thought-provoking reply to what may seem like a simple question.
Subscriber Access Only Rebel Transmission
Subscriber Access Only Love Come To Life
Subscriber Access Only The End Is Where We Begin
Subscriber Access Only Big Band
Subscriber Access Only 1961
Subscriber Access Only In the Time of Gods
Subscriber Access Only The Cabin in the Woods
A clever, original and ambitious thrill ride that blows the roof off the movie you think it is.
Subscriber Access Only Bully
A powerful documentary about bullying shows the tragic pain, but doesn't go much further.
What the Gospel Has to Say about the California Christian College Shooting
Subscriber Access Only What the Gospel Has to Say about the California Christian College Shooting
A Korean seminarian reflects on last week's shooting at Oikos University.
'Clean Up. Or Die.' A Q & A With Touchback’s Brian Presley
Subscriber Access Only 'Clean Up. Or Die.' A Q & A With Touchback’s Brian Presley
So doctors told the actor after years of abusing alcohol. He chose the former.
Subscriber Access Only 'Blue Like Jazz': Becoming Donald Miller
Marshall Allman plays the author in the upcoming film adaptation of the famous book.
Obama Emphasizes Faith at Q, Easter Events
Subscriber Access Only Obama Emphasizes Faith at Q, Easter Events
More Americans say the administration is unfriendly to religion as the President hosts annual Easter prayer breakfast, speaks to the Q conference.
Subscriber Access Only Slipstream
Subscriber Access Only No Doubt of Sunshine
Subscriber Access Only A Wasteland Companion
Subscriber Access Only The Good Life
Subscriber Access Only Seven Point Eight . . .
Subscriber Access Only Thomas Kinkade, 'Painter of Light,' Has Died Suddenly at 54 (Updated)
The artist's family said in a statement that his death appeared to be from natural causes.
Subscriber Access Only We Have a Pope
A newly elected pope doesn't quite make it to the balcony in this muddled comedy-drama.
Subscriber Access Only Chuck Colson in Critical Condition after Surgery (Updated: Family is Gathered with Colson)
The Prison Fellowship founder fell ill at a conference after having an intracerebral hemorrhage.
Subscriber Access Only Scholars Aim to Bust Archaeological Fantasies
Peer review can take years—but academic society says some claims can be dismissed in a few blog posts.
Subscriber Access Only He's Calling For Elijah! Why We Still Mishear Jesus
"My God, My God, why have you forsaken me" was a cry of vindication, not despair.
Subscriber Access Only Changed
Subscriber Access Only The Fourth Wall
Subscriber Access Only Open Your Doors
Subscriber Access Only I Win
Subscriber Access Only Dangerous
Subscriber Access Only Into the Glorious
Subscriber Access Only Heartache to Hope
Subscriber Access Only You Don't Have to Quit to Find Life-Giving Work
Even if you don't like your job, you have a calling to serve God and others.
Subscriber Access Only Google Brings Churches Back into Nonprofit Program
Company quietly changes year-old guidelines.
A Journey as Old as Humanity Itself
A Journey as Old as Humanity Itself
What’s behind our timeless fascination with religious pilgrimage?