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March (Web-only) 2012

Q & A: John Piper on Racism, Reconciliation, and Theology after Trayvon Martin's Death
The Minnesota pastor addresses the foundation for responding to questions on race.
Evangelical Evolutionists Meet in New York
N. T. Wright, Tim Keller, John Ortberg among Biologos conference attendees.
The Kid with a Bike
A boy's search for a father's love anchors this new masterpiece from the Dardenne brothers.
Mirror Mirror
Striking visuals and fun performances are marred by an insensible, jumbled story.
Wrath of the Titans
Damn the gods ... and these movies. A lame sequel to a lame remake. Zeus, help us!
What Neuroscience Tells Us about Lenten Disciplines
Don't fast for a cause, but to shape your soul.
77's Still on the Edge
A 'Christian' band? Maybe. But the Sevens—and their album 'Sticks and Stones'—were one of the best ever.
The Perception Obstacle for Women Pursuing Leadership in Evangelical Workplaces
New research points to challenges female leaders face.
Clear the Stage
Unchartered Territory
A Church That Fits Our Needs
After This
Kirk Cameron's 'Monumental' Issues
Actor defends his comments to CNN about gays while talking up his new documentary.
Religious Groups Still Weighing In on Obama Administration's Contraception Plan
A recent proposal by the administration tries to address previous religious freedom concerns.
Timeline: Obama Administration Actions Affecting U.S. Religious Freedom
How we got to the current religious liberty debates over contraception and other issues.
The Hunger Games
This adaptation captures the book almost perfectly. PLUS: Jesus in The Hunger Games, and a movie discussion guide.
Jesus in 'The Hunger Games'
In the face of persistent and pervasive darkness, hope shines through the cracks.
A Christian Conspiracy Against 'Blue Like Jazz'?
Director Steve Taylor says Provident Films and Sherwood Pictures are 'out to get us.'
How Global Christians Build Bridges around Down Syndrome
Ministries recognize that those with Down syndrome are as valuable as anyone else.
Children with Down Syndrome: Will Culture Make Them Disappear?
Why we should see them as an endowment from God and not a mistaken diagnosis.
The Problem with 'October Baby,' A Christian Film About Abortion
No one wanted the film. Except audiences, apparently.
Julie Lee & the Baby-Daddies
Port of Morrow
Rhine Gold
Breathe In
Why Pope Shenouda's Death Matters to Egyptian Protestants
The Coptic 'pope of the Bible' was controversial yet beloved.
Egypt's Pope Shenouda III Dead at 88
Coptic Orthodox leader was one of the world's most revered Christians.
How Wealthy Social Conservatives Use Super PACs to Elevate Presidential Candidates
Records show how money has impacted the campaigns.
Natural Selection
A dutiful Christian wife grapples with her husband's deceit and her own regrets in a quirky road trip flick.
Trial on Antiquities Fraud Ends, But Not the Controversy
Judge doesn't rule whether James ossuary is authentic, but acquits antiquities collectors on almost all charges.
Madeleine L'Engle Goes to the Movies
One of her lesser known novels, 'Camilla,' is headed to the big screen. Here's the story.
Subscriber Access Only Interview: Why Sarah Macintosh Ran Away from CCM and Went Back
She left Christian music a decade ago, frustrated with the industry. Now she's back on a CCM label. Here's why.
Passion: White Flag
Anchors & Silhouettes
Stories to Tell
The Same Love
Salmon Fishing in the Yemen
A light, quirky, enjoyable love story for grown-ups.
John Carter
In a rousing adventure, the classic character saves Mars. After all, his initials are J.C.
The Church Is the Solution? Show Me the Stats
Why I haven't changed my mind on fighting poverty and the job of the church.
The Local Church's Neighbors Are Everywhere
The church isn't just a network of institutions trying to stretch across the globe.
Poverty Has Many Enemies
The solution does not require a choice between individuals and institutions.
The Biggest Poverty-Fighting Tool: Job Creation
Employment for the poor restores their dignity and keeps them off their knees.
We Can't Do Everything
But we can change systems to protect the poor, and that requires cooperation on all fronts.
What Do You Mean by Poverty?
Overcoming poverty is possible and proven. But superficiality has paralyzed the church.
Focus on Solving the Poverty of the Soul
Our aid to the poor should always address their area of greatest need.
Christians Really Do Reduce Poverty
Government change often can't get to the root of the problem of poverty. The church does.
The Original 'Left Behind'
Forty years ago, 'A Thief in the Night' had scores of people wondering if they'd survive the rapture.
Bruce Springsteen: The Stations of the Boss
The singer, the sinner's prayer, and my spiritual journey.
Subscriber Access Only Wrecking Ball
Break It Yourself
Sound of the Broken
How to Be Loved
The 6th
Q & A: The Man Who Led Bible Studies with Whitney Houston
Former band member says Houston was a strong Christian despite her struggles.
Dr. Seuss' The Lorax
A likeable but unremarkable adaptation of the environmentally themed children's story.
Subscriber Access Only GCB: Desperate Christian Housewives
New primetime soap targets gossip in the church.
The Year of Living Hopelessly
The Year of Living Hopelessly
2016 tempted us toward nihilism. We don’t have to go there.