October (Web-only) 2006

Marines, Magic, Marie, and a MustangSubscriber Access Only
Christian film critics have mixed feelings about Flags of Our Fathers, The Prestige, Flicka, Marie Antoinette, and Infamous. Plus, the return of The Nightmare Before Christmas.
One Night with the King ...and The QueenSubscriber Access Only
Christian film critics are divided over One Night with the King, but they crown The Queen a winner. Plus, Alex Rider: Operation Stormbreaker, Man of the Year, Driving Lessons, The Marine, and The Grudge 2.
DiCaprio + Damon + Depravity + DepartedSubscriber Access Only
Christian film critics on The Departed, 49 Up, The Last King of Scotland, Employee of the Month, Love's Abiding Joy, and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning. Plus, additional views on Jackass 2, Jesus Camp, and, 25 years later, Chariots of Fire.
Critics Face Giants ...and Each OtherSubscriber Access Only
Christian film critics clash over Facing the Giants, praise The Science of Sleep, and review The Guardian, Open Season, and School for Scoundrels. Plus, a new review of Half Nelson.
For Unto Us a Film Is BornSubscriber Access Only
When New Line told producer Wyck Godfrey to make The Nativity Story in just 10 months, he knew it would take a miracle. Turns out he got a few along the way; the film releases worldwide Dec. 1.
On the Record: Rick SantorumSubscriber Access Only
On Islamofascism, Iraq, pro-life Democrats, and other issues.
BabelSubscriber Access Only
A Real Monster MovieSubscriber Access Only
Deliver Us From Evil documents the case of a notorious pedophile priest, who molested more than two dozen children before going to jail. We talked to the director about the making of the film.
In the Beginning ...Subscriber Access Only
Billy Graham recounts the origins of Christianity Today.
Candid Conversation with the EvangelistSubscriber Access Only
Graham's freewheeling comments reflect the character and charisma that have spurred his career as a Christian crusader.
The Links Between Plan B and the PillSubscriber Access Only
The sanctity of human life has consequences for birth control, says Albert Mohler.
Shooting Dogs Tops at HeartlandSubscriber Access Only
Film about Rwandan genocide receives $100,000 grand prize at film fest; other movies lauded at annual awards banquet.
What about Billy Graham?Subscriber Access Only
Readers see oversights and omissions in our list of the top 50 most influential evangelical books.
Flags of Our FathersSubscriber Access Only
FlickaSubscriber Access Only
Marie AntoinetteSubscriber Access Only
The PrestigeSubscriber Access Only
A Truly Moving EventSubscriber Access Only
The Heartland Film Festival celebrates movies that inspire—and Hollywood is catching the vision. Meet this year's award winners, and the man who launched it all.
Hero MakerSubscriber Access Only
Randall Wallace, the writer of Braveheart and We Were Soldiers, and his films are in the spotlight this weekend at the City of the Angels Film Festival, with the theme of "Heroism: What Price Glory?"
Is Walden in Trouble?Subscriber Access Only
Latest film already a box-office bust as studio behind the Narnia movies faces tough times ahead. But parent company Fox insists Walden's doing just fine.
Driving LessonsSubscriber Access Only
Man of the YearSubscriber Access Only
One Night with the KingSubscriber Access Only
K.A. Paul Gets Attention After Hastert MeetingSubscriber Access Only
Plus: The New York Times and The Boston Globe look at special treatment for religious groups, Amish forgiveness shocks the nation, Billy Graham's grandson preaches his first crusade, and other stories from online sources around the world.
One Reader's Thoughts on Christianity Today's 50th AnniversarySubscriber Access Only
After five decades of reading, I've clipped far too many articles.
From Boy (Band) to KingSubscriber Access Only
Luke Goss was once part of a hugely popular boy band, but gave it all up and turned to acting instead. Now, he's playing King Xerxes in One Night with the King, a new film about the biblical story of Esther.
Queen for a DaySubscriber Access Only
In her first leading role, 25-year-old Tiffany Dupont plays the biblical character of Esther in One Night With the King, which she describes as a beautiful love story—and an inspiring film for all types.
'Christianity in America Won't Survive Another Decade'Subscriber Access Only
Plus: The GOP's evangelical erosion, political Pentecostals, a bunch of commas, and other stories from online sources around the world.
Poll Says Many Pentecostals Don't Speak in TonguesSubscriber Access Only
Divine healing more prominent marker, 10-country survey finds.
Pure & SimpleSubscriber Access Only
An insider's account of the Amish, Mennonite, and Brethren people's churches.
49 UpSubscriber Access Only
The DepartedSubscriber Access Only
Little ChildrenSubscriber Access Only
The QueenSubscriber Access Only
Replacing Rallies with RevivalsSubscriber Access Only
In criticizing the Religious Right, Greg Boyd resurrects pietistic withdrawal.
A Christian HijackerSubscriber Access Only
Plus: More on the Amish school shooting, the Foley fallout, Sweden's religion woes, and other stories from online sources around the world.
Killer of Amish Was 'Angry at God'Subscriber Access Only
Plus: Religious conservatives react to Foley scandal, Lebanon's Christians stand up against Hezbollah, and many other stories from online sources around the world.
A Canonization of SubjectivitySubscriber Access Only
Andrew Sullivan's catechism.
Fox Feeds the FlockSubscriber Access Only
With the recent launch of FoxFaith, Twentieth Century Fox declared that it's serious about reaching the Christian market. But will the movies be any good? We asked one of their vice presidents.
Facing the GiantsSubscriber Access Only
Whatever Makes You DanceSubscriber Access Only
Second StorySubscriber Access Only
Sleeping FireSubscriber Access Only

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