June (Web-only) 2008

Virginia Judge Sides with Breakaway Episcopal ChurchesSubscriber Access Only
Decision confirms April ruling in favor of Falls Church et al., saying the 1867 law that would allow them to retain property is constitutional.
Viva la VidaSubscriber Access Only
Brit pop/rock
Monster's Life VerseSubscriber Access Only
What's different about evangelicals? How does Mugabe explain himself? And other questions from this week's Christian news.
WantedSubscriber Access Only
Back to Sunday SchoolSubscriber Access Only
The author of Spiritual Formation as if the Church Mattered says the church must reclaim its disciple-making infrastructure.
WALL•ESubscriber Access Only
The Little Robot That CouldSubscriber Access Only
Pixar's Andrew Stanton first thought of WALL•E in 1994, and now it's hitting theaters. We caught up with Stanton to discuss his faith, creativity, and that lonely little 'bot.
Pew Report Shows Americans Are Religious in Unpredictable WaysSubscriber Access Only
Survey turns up atheists who believe in God, Orthodox who pray in tongues, and evangelicals who think many religions lead to eternal life.
A Quarter Century of CornerstoneSubscriber Access Only
Christian culture's premier "alternative festival" celebrates its 25 years of music, seminars, arts, and community—not to mention "muddy and dusty" camping.
The Presbyterians Giveth, the Presbyterians Taketh AwaySubscriber Access Only
Revised document shifts focus from PC(USA) anti-Semitism.
Reclaiming OrthodoxySubscriber Access Only
1000 conservative evangelicals gather in Jerusalem to reclaim Anglicanism. An interview with Sydney Archbishop Peter Jensen.
Eastern African ChristianitySubscriber Access Only
What country in the region has the most missionaries? Which leader doesn't say he's a Christian? And other questions about Eastern Africa.
Get SmartSubscriber Access Only
The Love GuruSubscriber Access Only
'Footprints' ForensicsSubscriber Access Only
Families battle over who owns the famous poem.
The Christian Pop Cultures of Rapture ReadySubscriber Access Only
Writer Daniel Radosh explores the heavy-handed evangelists, the art snobs, the money changers, and others who make up the Christian entertainment industry.
Jewish Groups Angered by Presbyterian Statement on Anti-Jewish BiasSubscriber Access Only
Revisions give a pro-Palestinian slant, they say.
Taking a Chance on Fu YangSubscriber Access Only
A photojournalist discovers God's surprises through one special-needs child.
Surveying the Whole to See the PartsSubscriber Access Only
Tom Schreiner's New Testament Theology searches for Scripture's unifying themes.
The HappeningSubscriber Access Only
The Incredible HulkSubscriber Access Only
Southern Baptists Elect President, Dismiss Abuse DatabaseSubscriber Access Only
Johnny Hunt says he'll be challenging spirit of lethargy.
Review: <i>A Wheel Within A Wheel</i>
Apocalyptic Love SongsSubscriber Access Only
Southeast Engine harks back to the prophets.
Backwoods BarbieSubscriber Access Only
Name That College Virginity ClubSubscriber Access Only
Also: What Tony Blair wants to do with his life, the final straw for Obama, and Iraqi Christians react to death penalty.
Kung Fu PandaSubscriber Access Only
MongolSubscriber Access Only
You Don't Mess with the ZohanSubscriber Access Only
You Reviewed WHAT??Subscriber Access Only
Our recent review of Sex and the City prompted some strong reactions from readers. Here's why we reviewed it—and many other "objectionable" films.
JESUS for WomenSubscriber Access Only
The JESUS film, one of the most effective evangelistic tools of all time, now comes in a version edited primarily for women—Magdalena: Released from Shame.
What's in a Label?: Gotee RecordsSubscriber Access Only
Corporate independence? Digital-only releases? The record label started by tobyMac, Joey Elwood, and Todd Collins continues with the unconventional decisions that first started Gotee 15 years ago.
Holy Ghost BuildingSubscriber Access Only

Top Story July 2, 2020

The Gospel Takes Center Stage in ‘Hamilton’
The Gospel Takes Center Stage in ‘Hamilton’
As the hit Broadway musical makes its screen debut in a time of social unrest, its themes of hope and redemption resound all the louder.