July (Web-only) 2008

Review: Sam Phillips' Latest
Love Flowing Under the NightSubscriber Access Only
Sam Phillip's latest is haunted by heartbreak — and hope.
The RockerSubscriber Access Only
Parents and ProdigalsSubscriber Access Only
As my daughter leaves for college, packing up her belongings, she is still a stranger to me.
Modern Worship Is Going NowhereSubscriber Access Only
After ten years, modern worship music has become an established genre that's likely be a part of Christian music for generations to come, though it's in serious need of creative spark.
Modern Worship Turns 10Subscriber Access Only
A list of the ten most influential modern worship albums from the last decade, offering new songs that changed the way we worshipped the Lord through music.
Coordinating the Head, Heart, and HandsSubscriber Access Only
New president of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary seeks to hold together what others pull apart.
Chariots of Fire and the Smoking ChurchSubscriber Access Only
Where is the oldest copy of the Bible? Who is Leah Daughtry? And other questions from this week's headlines.
American TeenSubscriber Access Only
Brideshead RevisitedSubscriber Access Only
Step BrothersSubscriber Access Only
Will Ferrell returns to dangerous—and R-rated—waters in a comedy about family that’s hardly a family comedy.
The X-Files: I Want to BelieveSubscriber Access Only
Habakkuk in ZimbabweSubscriber Access Only
We're hungry, angry, and depending on a sovereign God.
What's in a Label?: Centricity MusicSubscriber Access Only
Home to some of the Christian music industry's brightest and best, Centricity Music is a small label on the rise thanks to good old-fashioned techniques like artist development and fan interaction.
G.I. Joe and Tony SnowSubscriber Access Only
Questions on Todd Bentley's miracle-working exclamation, Anglican idolatry according to Gene Robinson, and more.
The Dark KnightSubscriber Access Only
Mamma Mia!Subscriber Access Only
Space ChimpsSubscriber Access Only
TranssiberianSubscriber Access Only
A Good Look in the MirrorSubscriber Access Only
A new documentary, Lord Save Us From Your Followers, helps Christians to see what we really look like to those on the outside looking in.
Stay PositiveSubscriber Access Only
Alternative/roots rock
The Magic Bible VerseSubscriber Access Only
Also: Restrictions at the Christian Woodstock, why some Jamaicans don't welcome a creole translation of the Bible, and more.
Hellboy II: The Golden ArmySubscriber Access Only
Journey to the Center of the EarthSubscriber Access Only
Meet DaveSubscriber Access Only
Fiction for the Faith-StarvedSubscriber Access Only
The Shack tells a compelling, if imperfect, story.
Philanthropist Sir John Templeton Dies at 95Subscriber Access Only
Presbyterian investor promoted the scientific study of faith.
Evangelical Leaders to Support McCainSubscriber Access Only
Ninety, not including Dobson, met in Denver last week. They will ask McCain to consider Huckabee as VP candidate.
Hellboy, Evil, and the CrossSubscriber Access Only
The Hellboy sequel opening soon is just the latest in a long line of films about battling supernatural baddies—with the Cross often wielded as a weapon of goodness.
Diminished CapacitySubscriber Access Only
Tory Believers: Which Higher Loyalty?Subscriber Access Only
During the Revolutionary War, many preached Loyalism as the Christian response.
HancockSubscriber Access Only
Kit Kittredge: An American GirlSubscriber Access Only
Do You Have Something to Say?Subscriber Access Only
No Looking BackSubscriber Access Only
The Silver CordSubscriber Access Only
These Cold and Rusted LungsSubscriber Access Only
Kingdom of NoiseSubscriber Access Only
OctaneSubscriber Access Only

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