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Race in America: Race and Ecclesiology (The Church's Response Matters)
Managing Director of the Billy Graham Center for Evangelism
One article in Time calls it the “most political superhero show yet.” It pulls no social punches, addressing everything from urban policing to Harlem's gentrification.
The Broken Hands of Doctor Strange
What Marvel’s latest hero movie teaches us about engaging suffering.
explosions. I agree with Justin Chang (Los Angeles Times): “It's nice to see a superhero movie where the skyscrapers do more than blow up for a change.”.
Subscriber Access Only The News Roundup: Superhero Casting and Harry Potter Spinoffs
Plus trailers and the (very familiar) 2015 Oscar host.
The News Roundup: Superhero Casting and Harry Potter Spinoffs. Jessica Gibson/ October 17, 2014. The News Roundup: Superhero Casting and Harry Potter Spinoffs.
Ant-Man
Ant-Man has all the right parts, but it's time for Marvel to start taking the issues it raises seriously.
Paul Rudd in 'Ant-Man'. Marvel Studios has done it again: Ant-Man is a good superhero movie. I want that Marvel back. I want to see superhero stories that entertain and engage.
AMC's 'Preacher' Is Violent, Vulgar—and Surprisingly Churchy. Is It Redeemable?
Our review of the dark comedy's pilot episode.
now. Well, as of a few weeks ago, there's yet another new superhero on the block—only this time, he's toting a Bible and sporting a clerical collar. On
Hell or High Water
Looking for peace in all the wrong places.
He delivers the film's signature moment – a scene that will linger in my memory long after the bombast of a dozen superhero space battles have been duly consumed and forgotten.
Subscriber Access Only The Critics Roundup: 'The Best of Me' and 'The Flash'
A faster superhero show and yet another forgettable Sparks romance.
A faster superhero show and yet another forgettable Sparks romance. Larisa Kline/ October 17, 2014. A faster superhero show and yet another forgettable Sparks romance.
How a Man of the Coasts and Cities Found Christ
My story of ditching hypocritical religion and secular hedonism for the joys of true discipleship.
my daydreams make sense. Before I could imagine myself as some great warrior or superhero, the fantasy needed a logical context. This was good training
How Grace and Truth Unleash the Contagious Nature of the Gospel: A guest post by Eric Mason
Grace and truth both play crucial roles in how the Christian loves others.
Whether it's a historic figure based on our past, or a superhero like Superman, Batman, etc., I want to see a beastly portrayal of the character(s) that I have admired.
Ben-Hur
A new twist on the tale of the Christ.
its proclamation that mercy and sacrifice are more revolutionary than anything you can cook up with swords or chariots—over any of this summer's exhausting superhero movies with
Subscriber Access Only Whatever Happened to Wonder Woman?
Modern female superheroes barely stand for anything. It wasn’t always this way.
The women who do appear in today's superhero movies as more than merely a romantic foil remain overtly sexualized in comparison to the male heroes, and the Wonder Woman movie
Star Trek Beyond
Time to boldly go where 'Star Trek' has definitely gone before.
In a summer top-heavy with ponderous apocalyptic superhero movies and depressing underachievers, Star Trek Beyond is a breath of fresh air—not a clever or innovative movie, but
Subscriber Access Only The Amazing Spider-Man 2
When it's good, it's very very good, and when it's bad it's perfunctory.
Mpaa Rating PG-13. Genre Superhero. Directed By Marc Webb. Run Time 2 hours 22 minutes. It's tough to be a good superhero movie. (Perhaps: "good" superhero movie.).
Subscriber Access Only The Quick Take for July 25, 2014
Lots of superhero news, and the Christian critic who was surprised at the marriage behind 'Sex Tape.'
Lots of superhero news, and the Christian critic who was surprised at the marriage behind 'Sex Tape.'. The Quick Take for July 25, 2014. Lots of superhero
Ghostbusters
I ain't afraid of no ghosts.
But does anything need to be rebooted? Superhero movies, for instance, delight in reboots: Spider-Man, Batman, Superman, Hulk, I could go on forever. Star Trek is in a reboot phase.
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When Christmas Meets the ‘Umbrage Industry’
When Christmas Meets the ‘Umbrage Industry’
If history is any guide, there’s no escaping the hostilities that erupt every December.
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