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Franklin Graham’s Global Fallout, from Canada to Japan
Vancouver pastor: How the church can model civil discourse amid controversy.
We’re So Unashamed We Wrote a Book on It. Three of Them, Actually
Christians still need a better understanding of the complexity of shame.
A Message for China's Policy-Makers: Love Doesn't Stop at TwoSubscriber Access Only
Why its two-child policy is barely better than its one-child policy.
On ‘Thoughts and Prayers’ After the San Bernardino Shooting
Prayer—and lament—is the proper first response to tragedy.
What Do We Make of '90 Minutes in Heaven'?
Near-death experiences make for popular books and movies. But what should Christians do with them?
'Rectify' Shows Integrity in the Age of the Anti-Hero
Why some critics are calling the Sundance TV series "true Christian art."
Lazy Writing, Cheap Restoration
Christian films like 'War Room' are getting better, but they still lag in quality in one important area.
How Not to Listen to the New Sufjan Stevens AlbumSubscriber Access Only
Can we avoid turning the Brooklyn-based artist and Christian into a poster boy?
Border Crisis = Church OpportunitySubscriber Access Only
The international difference a local congregation can make.
'Annie' and the Big IssuesSubscriber Access Only
Movies can do so much more than advertise products and give us a jolt of personal-fulfillment feel-goods. But not this one.
Embedded Sin and 'The Honorable Woman'Subscriber Access Only
A show that explores the Middle East conflict, and a whole lot more.
The Rapture Keeps Coming BackSubscriber Access Only
Why are movies about the last days still so popular?
Desire and DeliveranceSubscriber Access Only
Three new documentaries examine Christian faith, homosexuality, and the question of change.
Cinema's Nostalgia-FestSubscriber Access Only
Why 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' didn't have to be a terrible movie (though it was).
The First Amendment Decision Nobody's Talking AboutSubscriber Access Only
While the Hobby Lobby case is higher profile, the Supreme Court's unanimous First Amendment decision last week has greater staying power.
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The Nebraska senator wants parents to get serious about shepherding kids into responsible adulthood.
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