January (Web-only) 2014

That Awkward Moment
That Awkward MomentSubscriber Access Only
That awkward moment when the movie doesn't even know what a relationship is.
The Quick Take for January 31, 2014
The Quick Take for January 31, 2014Subscriber Access Only
The Superbowl is coming and cinephiles are excited - and a lot more.
Telling Stories: Documentaries and St. Augustine
Telling Stories: Documentaries and St. AugustineSubscriber Access Only
What does 2013's crop of documentaries have to do with the first memoir?
William Lane Craig: God Hears Your Super Bowl Prayers
William Lane Craig: God Hears Your Super Bowl PrayersSubscriber Access Only
The Biola apologist says every pass, every point, every sideline prayer matters to God.
Nominated Yet Not Nominated: What Message Did the Academy Send?
Nominated Yet Not Nominated: What Message Did the Academy Send?Subscriber Access Only
Experts say there are lessons in the Oscar disqualification for ‘Alone Yet Not Alone.’
How I Beat Back the Darkness after Rape
How I Beat Back the Darkness after RapeSubscriber Access Only
I kept choosing life after being violated by my pastor.
Mental Illness, the Dreaded Family Heirloom
Mental Illness, the Dreaded Family HeirloomSubscriber Access Only
'The Painted Table' offers a realistic picture of a family’s struggle with schizophrenia.
How to Be 'Pro-Jesus' in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
How to Be 'Pro-Jesus' in the Israeli-Palestinian ConflictSubscriber Access Only
What one leading Israeli Arab evangelical thinks American Christians can do to promote Mideast peace.
I, Frankenstein
I, FrankensteinSubscriber Access Only
Frankenstein's monster gets airbrushed - and misses the point entirely.
Why We Review R-Rated Films
Why We Review R-Rated FilmsSubscriber Access Only
You're a neighbor before you're a consumer.
The Quick Take for January 24, 2014
The Quick Take for January 24, 2014Subscriber Access Only
Streaming picks, a new season of 'Sherlock,' news from Sundance, and more.
Let There Be Arcade Fire
Let There Be Arcade FireSubscriber Access Only
The famous indie rock band reinvents itself in search of another 'passionate age.'
Gimme Shelter
Gimme ShelterSubscriber Access Only
A runaway searches for the father who abandoned her and finds a different kind of family.
The Nut Job
The Nut JobSubscriber Access Only
What four siblings (and their parents) thought about a movie about animated squirrels (and other creatures) surviving the winter.
Medicine Does Not Know What 'Dead' Is
Medicine Does Not Know What 'Dead' IsSubscriber Access Only
Why doctors should not have the last word on life and death. An interview with Duke physician Raymond Barfield.
The Quick Take for January 17, 2014
The Quick Take for January 17, 2014Subscriber Access Only
An evangelical film gets an Oscar nomination, 'Frozen' is headed to Broadway, and more.
Evangelicals' Favorite Same-Sex Marriage Law?
Evangelicals' Favorite Same-Sex Marriage Law?Subscriber Access Only
Oklahoma follows Utah as latest example of why more church-state experts advise: If you can’t beat them, amend them.
Strive to Be Inauthentic!
Strive to Be Inauthentic!Subscriber Access Only
The tortured Tom Branson of Downton Abbey—model of holiness.
Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit
Jack Ryan: Shadow RecruitSubscriber Access Only
Any resemblance to the Tom Clancy character is strictly coincidental.
Abortion Meets a New Generation
Abortion Meets a New GenerationSubscriber Access Only
Progressive evangelicals can't tout social justice while side-stepping the sanctity of life.
Why Am I Not Poor?
Why Am I Not Poor?Subscriber Access Only
The answer suggests some ways we might combat poverty.
Roe v. Wade's Days Are Numbered
Roe v. Wade's Days Are NumberedSubscriber Access Only
Private papers of Roe v. Wade justices reveal troubling procedural issues that one expert predicts will undermine the infamous ruling.
Lone Survivor
Lone SurvivorSubscriber Access Only
A war docudrama bent on accuracy that raises questions about morality and reminds us about sacrifice.
2013 Movie Picks: Alissa Wilkinson
2013 Movie Picks: Alissa WilkinsonSubscriber Access Only
CT's chief film critic's picks, including a movie about the foster care system and one that takes on the Harry and Sally question.
2013 Movie Picks: Tim Wainwright
2013 Movie Picks: Tim WainwrightSubscriber Access Only
A journey, a rom-com, a dark comedy, a thriller, a horror film, and a movie about Linda Lovelace.
2013 Movie Picks: Brett McCracken
2013 Movie Picks: Brett McCrackenSubscriber Access Only
Complex examinations of evil and movies about growing up.
2013 Movie Picks: Kenneth R. Morefield
2013 Movie Picks: Kenneth R. MorefieldSubscriber Access Only
A tearjerker, an overlooked documentary, a feel-good film, and movies that make us stop and think.
2013 Movie Picks: Jackson Cuidon
2013 Movie Picks: Jackson CuidonSubscriber Access Only
Movies about family and coming of age, and one that will make you jump.
2013 Movie Picks: Nick Olson
2013 Movie Picks: Nick OlsonSubscriber Access Only
Movies that tell truth - about social history, relationships, and more - through documentary, animation, biography, and fiction.
Christmas and Cricket: Finding Two Lost C. S. Lewis Articles
Christmas and Cricket: Rediscovering Two Lost C. S. Lewis Articles After 70 Years
“A Christmas Sermon for Pagans” is quintessential Lewis at the height of his renown. “Cricketer’s Progress” is more of a mystery.