March (Web-only) 2013

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The adaptation of the series by the author of 'Twilight' falls down on several fronts.
The Grim Image of Game of Thrones
The Grim Image of Game of ThronesSubscriber Access Only
The HBO series is so dark it is unrealistic.
Streaming This Weekend, March 29, 2013Subscriber Access Only
Looking for something to watch at home this weekend? Here's a documentary, two children's shows, and a couple of classics.
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Even Tina Fey can't save this depressed and depressing romantic comedy, which fails to earn passing marks.
The Latest in Movie News, March 28, 2013Subscriber Access Only
Independence Day sequels, Les Miserables on DVD, new Wolverine, a third Hemsworth, and North of Hell.
Why a Wheaton College Professor Smeared Jesus in Human Dirt
Why a Wheaton College Professor Smeared Jesus in Human DirtSubscriber Access Only
David Hooker explains the inspiration and process behind his much-discussed "Corpus."
Russell Moore Elected to Lead Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission
Russell Moore Elected as Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission PresidentSubscriber Access Only
Why the next voice of the Southern Baptists says he wants to speak with 'convictional kindness.'
You're Probably More Like Judas Than You Think
You're Probably More Like Judas Than You ThinkSubscriber Access Only
We all want a Messiah whose plans mirror our own. But a true disciple surrenders to the Master's will.
The Latest in Movie News, March 25, 2013Subscriber Access Only
Box office returns, World's End, Robert Redford, Seth Rogen, and Kate Winslet in Divergent.
How Do Evangelical Churches Talk About Homosexuality?
How Do Evangelical Churches Talk About Homosexuality?Subscriber Access Only
A gay Christian journalist traveled across America to find out.
Incredible Burt Wunderstone, The
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'The Incredible Burt Wunderstone' and 'The Croods' show that this is an awkward season for movies—and that says something about us.
Croods, The
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'The Incredible Burt Wunderstone' and 'The Croods' show that this is an awkward season for movies - and that says something about us
Streaming This WeekendSubscriber Access Only
Looking for something to watch this weekend? Here's our picks on Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Video.
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Public manners, Christopher Nolan, "Jurassic Park," "Upstream Color," and Batman at the Smithsonian.
Why It's So Hard to Say Goodbye to Google Reader
Why It's So Hard to Say Goodbye to Google ReaderSubscriber Access Only
From articles to Scriptures, how we read matters as much as what we read.
Brother Andrew's Prophetic Plea: Stop Murdering Terrorists
Brother Andrew's Prophetic Plea: Stop Murdering TerroristsSubscriber Access Only
Support the suffering church, Open Doors founder says.
The Hands of Jason Bateman and the Hands of Christ
The Hands of Jason Bateman and the Hands of ChristSubscriber Access Only
A body double reflects on how a movie set reminds him of church ministry.
Don't Let Dysfunctional Politics Override the Christian Call for Justice
Don't Let Dysfunctional Politics Override the Christian Call for Justice Subscriber Access Only
Facing critics from both sides after I quit the AARP.
Call, The
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'The Call' and 'Oz the Great and Powerful' are a pair of postmodern misfires.
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'The Call' and 'Oz the Great and Powerful' are a pair of postmodern misfires.
Why Pope Francis Excites (Most) Evangelical Leaders
Why Pope Francis Excites (Most) Evangelical LeadersSubscriber Access Only
Bergoglio expected to focus on poverty and set a friendlier tone in Protestant-Catholic relations.
Luis Palau: Why It Matters that Pope Francis Drinks Mate with Evangelicals
Luis Palau: Why It Matters that Pope Francis Drinks Mate with EvangelicalsSubscriber Access Only
An interview with international evangelist (and native Argentine) on his friend, Jorge Bergoglio.
The Forgotten Woman of Evangelical History
The Forgotten Woman of Evangelical HistorySubscriber Access Only
Sarah Osborn's 18th-century life reveals an astonishing amount about the origins of American evangelicalism.
The New President of Fuller Seminary's Vision for Shaping the Global Church
The New President of Fuller Seminary's Vision for Shaping 100 Denominations and 70 CountriesSubscriber Access Only
An exclusive interview with Mark Labberton on being a Berkeley pastor, learning from Global South leaders, and the prospects of an online M.Div.
Spirituality Starts in the Pews
Spirituality Starts in the PewsSubscriber Access Only
You can't search for God in isolation from the institutional church, says Lillian Daniel.
Rookie Christian Writers Get a Helping Hand from Seasoned Vets
Rookie Christian Writers Get a Helping Hand from Seasoned VetsSubscriber Access Only
New opportunities from journalist David Aikman and novelist Jerry Jenkins aim to help aspiring authors who lack a platform.
Catholics on the Evangelical Trail
Catholics on the Evangelical TrailSubscriber Access Only
George Weigel heralds an "Evangelical Catholicism" whose adherents strive to bring Jesus into every area of life.
Serious Catholics Are Evangelical
Serious Catholics Are EvangelicalSubscriber Access Only
True Catholicism, says George Weigel, is about boldly proclaiming the gospel of Jesus Christ.
What to Make of Karl Barth’s Steadfast Adultery
What to Make of Karl Barth’s Steadfast Adultery
Do the recent revelations discredit his theology?