May (Web-only) 2013

Starting a Dialogue with Hip-Hop
Starting a Dialogue with Hip-HopSubscriber Access Only
Daniel White Hodge finds signs of the gospel in the beats of hip-hop.
The Despair of Dead Ends
The Despair of Dead EndsSubscriber Access Only
Like St. John of the Cross, we wait expectantly in the darkness.
The Prodigal with 128,000 Twitter Followers
The Prodigal with 128,000 Twitter FollowersSubscriber Access Only
Sammy Rhodes's @prodigalsam is self-deprecating, observant—and hilarious.
The Latest in Movie News, May 31, 2013Subscriber Access Only
A sequel to Alice in Wonderland, Liam Neeson, Johnny Depp leaves the Bulger biopic, and lots of Pixar on the way.
Streaming This Weekend, May 31, 2013Subscriber Access Only
The Hobbit, The Lorax, Life is Beautiful, and Longmire.
New Calvin College President Names the Biggest Theological Issue Today
Calvin College's New President Talks Budget Pressures, Diversity, and the Biggest Theological Issue TodaySubscriber Access Only
Hint: It's not homosexuality, says the first non-Dutch president in over 60 years.
The Latest in Movie News, May 28, 2013Subscriber Access Only
Box office news, the Palme d'Or, Mr. Morgan's Lost Love, and Jane Got a Gun.
Now you see me
Now You See MeSubscriber Access Only
The caper film is just engaging and playful enough to be entertaining on the whole, but may leave you feeling slightly more robbed than wowed.
Putting War on Trial
Putting War on TrialSubscriber Access Only
Lessons from the case of Guatemala’s Efraín Ríos Montt.
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Streaming This Weekend, May 24, 2013Subscriber Access Only
What to watch this weekend (hint: don't make a huge mistake).
Boy Scouts' Membership Change May Grow Christian Youth Clubs
Boy Scouts' Membership Change May Grow Christian Youth ClubsSubscriber Access Only
Alternative organizations saw rising interest amid debate.
Epic
EpicSubscriber Access Only
Epic is inventive and lively, but lacks a solid core to root its concern for the natural world.
The Latest in Movie News, May 23, 2013Subscriber Access Only
Dowsing, Zac Efron, Timecop returns, and the Despicable Me minions go big.
Do All Children Go to Heaven?
Do All Children Go to Heaven?Subscriber Access Only
Reconciling original sin and death of the innocent.
Grieving with the Good Friday God
Grieving with the Good Friday GodSubscriber Access Only
Shannon Polson sought healing from her father's death by retracing his fatal journey into the Alaskan wilderness.
Hangover Part III, The
The Hangover Part IIISubscriber Access Only
The final installment in the "Hangover" trilogy will definitely give you one.
The Latest in Movie News, May 20, 2013Subscriber Access Only
Box office news, Benedict Cumberbatch, Cannes, and AFI honors Mel Brooks.
Star Trek Into Darkness
Star Trek Into DarknessSubscriber Access Only
Lots of explosions but not much heart makes this a film that will please most but might leave fans disappointed.
Are Hispanics the Modern Samaritans?
Modern SamaritansSubscriber Access Only
Jesus showed us that under the skin, we are all kin.
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The Latest in Movie News, May 16, 2013Subscriber Access Only
Hispanic Complexity: Everything Changed in 2012
Hispanic Complexity: Everything Changed in 2012Subscriber Access Only
Where are we going? A word to Hispanic believers about building a future together.
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Frances Ha
Frances HaSubscriber Access Only
Noah Baumbach's best film yet is an elegant pairing of serious and funny, as its name implies.
Embryonic Stem Cell Breakthrough To Revive Cloning Debate
Embryonic Stem Cell Breakthrough To Revive Cloning DebateSubscriber Access Only
Human cells have been resistant to cloning—until now.
God Loves Uganda
God Loves UgandaSubscriber Access Only
In a documentary along the lines of 'Jesus Camp,' who's demonizing whom?
The Gospel of Gatsby and Draper
The Gospel of Gatsby and DraperSubscriber Access Only
What if the self-made man wakes up one day and hates himself?
Roberto Rossellini and the 'Moral Point of View'
Roberto Rossellini and the 'Moral Point of View'Subscriber Access Only
Why Christians should know his films.
The Latest in Movie News, May 13, 2013Subscriber Access Only
Iron Man beats Gatsby at the box office, Star Wars, Robert Downey Jr., new sound in theaters, and charges of bias in the Academy.
Faith-Themed Television Boosted by 'The Bible'
Faith-Themed Television Boosted by 'The Bible'Subscriber Access Only
Is another chase after Passion dollars a good thing?
Streaming This Weekend, May 10, 2013Subscriber Access Only
Looking for something to watch at home? We've got some recommendations.
Will New Guidelines Solve Wycliffe's Two-Year Bible Translation Controversy?
Will New Guidelines Solve Wycliffe's Two-Year Bible Translation Controversy?Subscriber Access Only
Updated best practices point the way forward for missionary-Muslim interactions.
How Dallas Willard Befriended Rookie Pastor Richard Foster
How Dallas Willard Befriended Rookie Pastor Richard FosterSubscriber Access Only
He taught me to live into the rhythms of the Spirit.
The Latest in Movie News, May 9, 2013Subscriber Access Only
Cinderella, gun control, Dungeons and Dragons, Andrew Garfield in Silence, and Jurassic Park 4 - hopefully not extinct.
Up and Away: Why It Is Good that Christ Departed
Up and Away: Why It Is Good that Christ DepartedSubscriber Access Only
Exploring the reason for Christ's ascension into heaven.
Dallas Willard, a Man from Another 'Time Zone'
Dallas Willard, a Man from Another 'Time Zone'Subscriber Access Only
He wrote and taught like no one else on the 'with-God life.'
Streaming This Weekend, May 3, 2013Subscriber Access Only
What to watch on Netflix and Amazon Prime this weekend.
The Latest in Movie News, May 3, 2013Subscriber Access Only
Deanna Durbin, Daniel Radcliffe, Natalie Portman as Lady Macbeth, John Williams and Star Wars, and Soderbergh announces his retirement.
Adoption Horror Stories Aren't the Whole Story
Adoption Horror Stories Aren't the Whole StorySubscriber Access Only
'The Child Catchers' demonizes overseas adoption through agenda-driven journalism.
Iron Man 3
Iron Man 3Subscriber Access Only
Two movies about power—Pain & Gain and Iron Man 3—that remain strangely toothless.
Pain & Gain
Pain & GainSubscriber Access Only
Two movies about power—Pain & Gain and Iron Man 3—that remain strangely toothless.
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?