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October (Web-only) 2013

Sharing the Gospel with Witches—Real Ones
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Sharing the Gospel with Witches—Real Ones
In the Halloween-crazed Salem, Massachusetts, Christians befriend spiritual seekers of all kinds.
How Monsters Point Us to God
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How Monsters Point Us to God
Our uncanny fears tell us about ourselves, and are signs of something more.
All You Need to Know About Prince George and the Jordan
Subscriber Access Only All You Need to Know About Prince George and the Jordan
The royal baby sparks some theological (and ecological) discussion.
Bob Fu Is Alive and Thriving
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The exiled Chinese Christian’s autobiography gives hope for all who suffer persecution for their faith.
Subscriber Access Only The Quick Take for October 25, 2013
Sherlock returns, controversy at the cinema, and more.
The Legacy of Rich Mullins's Ragamuffin Band
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Producer Reed Arvin remembers the fearless, soulful musician whose music challenged and transcended Christian pop.
The Counselor
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Evil: no respecter of persons.
11 Christian Book Promotions Gone Horribly Wrong
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11 Christian Book Promotions Gone Horribly Wrong
(Fake) tweets inspired by Mark Driscoll's behavior at the Strange Fire conference.
The Second Calling of a Christian Burnout
Subscriber Access Only The Second Calling of a Christian Burnout
Amidst a turbulent season of life, Carolyn Weber learned to see the sheer joy of every moment with God.
Jason Harrod: Singing Between Doubt and Belief for 20 Years
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Jason Harrod: Singing Between Doubt and Belief for 20 Years
The folk singer-songwriter writes about faith after the 'mountaintop experiences.'
The Evangelical Work Ethic
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Forget Weber. We don’t need social science to know that God cares about our work.
The Quick Take for October 18, 2013
Subscriber Access Only The Quick Take for October 18, 2013
Glee says goodbye, a Fassbender Macbeth on the way, and more in this week's roundup.
Q&A: Israel Houghton and Galley Molina on 'I'm In Love With a Church Girl'
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A worship artist and a reformed drug lord join forces to proclaim grace.
I'm In Love With a Church Girl
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There's some good elements here, but it can't quite rise above the main problem of "message" movies.
All Is Lost
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Perhaps Robert Redford's greatest performance - while stranded on a boat in the middle of the sea.
The Fifth Estate
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The movie about Wikileaks is a mess, and a giant missed opportunity.
Carrie
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All the old elements are here, but there's some surprises, too - and some grace.
Church Stereotypes, According to Google
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Church Stereotypes, According to Google
What millions and millions of searches reveal about Internet users' perceptions.
A Mother's Love for a Modern-Day Miracle
Subscriber Access Only A Mother's Love for a Modern-Day Miracle
Meet the pro-choice, secular Manhattanite whose study of society’s outcasts prepared her to welcome a son with Down syndrome.
Surprise: The African Church Is Not Very Charismatic
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Surprise: The African Church Is Not Very Charismatic
Only a third of the continent’s Christians are Pentecostals and other renewalists. And they’re facing backlash.
Q&A: Billy Graham's Warning Against an Epidemic of 'Easy Believism'
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The evangelist speaks to CT on obedience, Heaven and Hell, and his My Hope campaign.
Yes, You Can Drink Beer and Watch Game of Thrones
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But do you need to? Will it further your pursuit of holiness?
The Quick Take for October 11, 2013
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Julian Assange is not amused, 'Escape from Tomorrow' is terrifying, and more in the Quick Take.
Romeo and Juliet
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It's hard to make this story a snooze-fest, but there you have it.
Captain Phillips
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A pirate movie that's definitely not a swashbuckler - but does explore important global disparities and is heartstopping, too.
Remembering Egypt's Maspero Massacre Through Its Most Prominent Martyr
Subscriber Access Only Remembering Egypt's Maspero Massacre Through Its Most Prominent Martyr
Sister of slain Coptic activist Mina Daniel recalls his revolutionary vision, now carried forward by Muslim friends.
Preachers of L.A.'s Jay Haizlip: 'It's Going to Be Phenomenal for the Church.'
Subscriber Access Only Preachers of L.A.'s Jay Haizlip: 'It's Going to Be Phenomenal for the Church.'
Pro skater-turned-pastor discusses the show's faith, lifestyles, and spotlight.
C. S. Lewis's Joy in Marriage
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What I think Alister McGrath got wrong about Lewis's wife, Joy Davidman.
The End of the Youth Group 'Deathtrap'?
Subscriber Access Only The End of the Youth Group 'Deathtrap'?
The safety of 15-passenger vans has markedly improved over the years. So why are people still dying?
Were the Church Fathers Consistently Pro-Life?
Subscriber Access Only Were the Church Fathers Consistently Pro-Life?
Historian Ron Sider (yes, historian) urges us to pay attention to the evidence.
Linsanity
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Jeremy Lin's story is amazing—but this documentary falls far short.
The Quick Take for October 4, 2013
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News about Narnia, things to watch on Netflix, what the critics think of 'Runner Runner,' and more.
Will the Supreme Court Review Hobby Lobby's Case Against Obamacare?
Subscriber Access Only Will the Supreme Court Review Hobby Lobby's Case Against Obamacare?
If not, many others are ready to ask the high court whether for-profit companies have religious freedom.
Gravity
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Disquieting, jarring, and beautiful.
Grace Unplugged
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A film only (some) Christians could love.
The Key to Making a Difference in the World
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Key speakers at the famous conference seem to agree.
Chuck Smith, 86, Dies After Cancer Battle
Subscriber Access Only Chuck Smith, 86, Dies After Cancer Battle
Renowned California pastor founded Calvary Chapel movement.
Nothing Better Than The Real Thing: 'Museum Hours' and 'This Is Martin Bonner'
Subscriber Access Only Nothing Better Than The Real Thing: 'Museum Hours' and 'This Is Martin Bonner'
Two overlooked movies offer unforgettable characters and rejuvenating vision.
This Is Martin Bonner
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Finding grace in a crisis of faith.
Museum Hours
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Finding grace in a hall of mirrors.
Tony Hale: 'Embrace Where You're At'
Subscriber Access Only Tony Hale: 'Embrace Where You're At'
The beloved actor—and recent Emmy winner—talks to CT about 'Veep,' Buster Bluth, and advice for young Christians trying to make it in the entertainment business.
The Bible Never Says ‘All Men Are Created Equal’
The Bible Never Says ‘All Men Are Created Equal’
How the New Testament offers a better, higher calling than the Declaration of Independence.