June (Web-only) 2013

Streaming This Weekend, June 28, 2013Subscriber Access Only
Looking to watch a flick at home this weekend? Here's a few possibilities.
The Latest in Movie News, June 28, 2013Subscriber Access Only
Rick Santorum, movie exec? Also, James Franco walks off his own movie, the Twenties are coming back again, and casting news.
Heat, The
The HeatSubscriber Access Only
White House Down and The Heat leave the audience wanting way, way less.
white house down
White House DownSubscriber Access Only
White House Down and The Heat leave the audience wanting way, way less.
The Right Side of History Is Full of Rewrites
The Right Side of History Is Full of RewritesSubscriber Access Only
Both same-sex marriage advocates and opponents have seen national recognition of the unions as inescapable. But fortune tellers don’t have great track records.
What Did the Supreme Court Really Change Today?
What Did the Supreme Court Really Change Today?Subscriber Access Only
The rulings today on DOMA and Proposition 8 are an opportunity for gospel witness.
It's the End of the World (At Least At The Movies)
It's the End of the World (At Least At The Movies)Subscriber Access Only
Why on earth do we keep putting ourselves through this?
Ministry Leaders and Experts Respond to the DOMA and Prop. 8 Rulings
Ministry Leaders and Experts Respond to the DOMA and Prop. 8 RulingsSubscriber Access Only
What the decisions really say, plus responses from Jim Daly, Andrew Marin, and others.
One Flesh, Two Faiths
One Flesh, Two FaithsSubscriber Access Only
Naomi Schaefer Riley sheds light on an issue—interfaith marriage—that deserves greater attention.
Our Eulogy for Exodus International
Our Eulogy for Exodus InternationalSubscriber Access Only
Its end feels like the death of a loved one with whom we've had a complicated history.
Exodus in the Wilderness
Exodus in the WildernessSubscriber Access Only
Alan Chambers's impassioned apology reflects many elements of godly repentance, but it also goes awry in three key ways.
The Latest in Movie News, June 24, 2013Subscriber Access Only
Monsters score big at the box office, casting news, short films, and a documentary about The New Yorker's cartoons.
After Exodus: Evangelicals React as Ex-Gay Ministry Starts Over
After Exodus: Evangelicals React as Ex-Gay Ministry Starts OverSubscriber Access Only
(UPDATED) A roundup of responses to Alan Chambers’s apology and Exodus International’s shutdown and reboot after nearly four decades of ministry.
Streaming This Weekend, June 21, 2013Subscriber Access Only
What to watch at home this weekend.
Nik Wallenda's Walk by Faith Across a Grand Canyon Tightrope
Nik Wallenda's Walk by Faith Across a Grand Canyon TightropeSubscriber Access Only
Why the Christian acrobat crossed the Grand Canyon without a safety harness this Sunday.
Monsters University
Monsters UniversitySubscriber Access Only
The sequel to Pixar's Monsters Inc. might be best left to the grownups—though not for the reasons you'd think.
The Latest in Movie News, June 20, 2013Subscriber Access Only
RIP James Gandolfini. Also, casting news, a Fifty Shades of Grey movie, and tributes to Hollywood's greatest movie scores.
Supreme Court: Anti-AIDS Program Can't Require Groups to Oppose Prostitution
Supreme Court: Anti-AIDS Program Can't Require Groups to Oppose ProstitutionSubscriber Access Only
Some religious groups see ruling as a protection against future "loyalty oaths" on other issues.
The Good News of Common Core
The Good News of Common CoreSubscriber Access Only
What new literacy standards mean for Christians.
Is Crucifixion Art the Victim of Its Own Success?
Is Crucifixion Art the Victim of Its Own Success?Subscriber Access Only
Images of Jesus on the cross no longer command auction prices.
The 'Handicap Icon' Gets New Life
The 'Handicap Icon' Gets New LifeSubscriber Access Only
New York’s revamped accessibility symbol began at a Christian college.
The Latest in Movie News, June 17, 2013Subscriber Access Only
Box office returns, Shrek on your TV, casting news, and Russell Crowe.
Why World Relief's Jenny Yang Feared Speaking on Immigration
Why World Relief's Jenny Yang Feared Speaking on ImmigrationSubscriber Access Only
The 33-year-old daughter of immigrants has become a leading voice behind the Evangelical Immigration Table.
Kings of Summer
The Kings of SummerSubscriber Access Only
Snyder's Superman reboot is visually stunning and well-acted, but lacks the humanity of The Kings of Summer, a little coming-of-age movie with a big heart.
Man of Steel
Man of SteelSubscriber Access Only
Snyder's Superman reboot is visually stunning and well-acted, but lacks the humanity of The Kings of Summer, a little coming-of-age movie with a big heart.
Is Fatherhood Fading Out?
Is Fatherhood Fading Out?Subscriber Access Only
A Christian response to the boom in absent dads.
The Latest in Movie News, June 13, 2013Subscriber Access Only
The trouble with big budget movies, This Is the End, scholarships, and a new Lara Croft on the way.
Supreme Court Won't Reconsider Ban on 'Gruesome' Church Protest
Supreme Court Won't Reconsider Ban on 'Gruesome' Church ProtestSubscriber Access Only
Case pitted freedom of speech against freedom of religion. But protecting children from disturbing pictures was the trump card.
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Before MidnightSubscriber Access Only
Celine and Jesse are white-knuckling the transition from young lovers to middle-aged couple in a serious but depressing examination of modern views about love and marriage.
The Latest in Movie News, June 10, 2013Subscriber Access Only
"The Purge" surprises at the box office, more Star Wars on the way, controversy over the Palme d'Or winner, and a little Mozart.
Streaming This Weekend, June 7, 2013Subscriber Access Only
Looking for something to watch at home this weekend? We've got a few suggestions.
The Latest in Movie News, June 7, 2013Subscriber Access Only
Carey Mulligan might play Hillary Clinton. Also, news from Jennifer Lawrence, Dan Brown, and Google.
After Earth
After EarthSubscriber Access Only
Whedon's Shakespeare adaptation succeeds by not taking itself too seriously, but Shyamalan's sci-fi flick is far too self-important to be any good.
Much ado about nothing
Much Ado About NothingSubscriber Access Only
Joss Whedon's Shakespeare adaptation succeeds by not taking itself too seriously, but Shyamalan's sci-fi flick is far too self-important to be any good.
Is Robert Griffin III the New Tim Tebow?
Is Robert Griffin III the New Tim Tebow?Subscriber Access Only
The expectations and idolatry of Christian celebrity culture.
Top Story June 23, 2017
Melvin Banks Had a Dream
Melvin Banks Had a Dream
An interview with the founder of the largest African American Christian publishing house.