April (Web-only) 2010

It's the End of the World, and We Love ItSubscriber Access Only
We're flocking to movies about the last days, even in the midst of a penny-pinching recession. Why?
The Whisper of GraceSubscriber Access Only
The whirlwind of the self is not easily tamed, even by religion.
Magic for EverybodySubscriber Access Only
Make BelieveSubscriber Access Only
In Feast or FallowSubscriber Access Only
An 'Idol' with SoulSubscriber Access Only
Jason Castro only finished third on 'American Idol,' but this fan favorite—and committed Christian—is a solid songwriter whose debut album recently released.
More Prayer than ProtestsSubscriber Access Only
Conservative groups were less interested in recent tea party protests than a U.S. District Court decision that the National Day of Prayer is unconstitutional.
Radio, Retail React to KnappSubscriber Access Only
Response has been mixed in the wake of singer's revelation that she's gay.
A Shine of RainbowsSubscriber Access Only
A young orphan boy finds love and acceptance with one adoptive parent but wanton neglect from another in this sweetly intentioned but boring family drama set in Ireland.
Hubble 3DSubscriber Access Only
This IMAX documentary about the 2009 maintenance of the Hubble telescope focuses inspires awe with the scenes depicting our universe in glorious detail.
Wrightians and the Neo-Reformed: 'All One in Christ Jesus'Subscriber Access Only
A dispatch from Together for the Gospel and Wheaton's Theology Conference with N.T. Wright.
Pulling the 'Jesus Boat' from the Mud Subscriber Access Only
Behind the sometimes heart-stopping recovery story.
OceansSubscriber Access Only
Disneynature's latest big-screen documentary takes you up close and personal with astounding creatures you've never seen before, as well as some old friends worth revisiting.
Why Exodus Was Especially Upset by Advice Show's RejectionSubscriber Access Only
Dawson McAllister Association dropped ex-gay group as partner under pressure from Clear Channel.
Everything You Ever WantedSubscriber Access Only
ReinventionSubscriber Access Only
True Love Cast Out All EvilSubscriber Access Only
Owls, Fireflies, and JesusSubscriber Access Only
Adam Young, the creative mastermind behind the overnight sensation Owl City, is a shy insomniac who takes his faith as seriously as his music.
Piper, Warren, and the Perils of Movement BuildingSubscriber Access Only
Why the debate over separatism still matters.
Are All Gay Judges Activists?Subscriber Access Only
Conservatives remain pessimistic about Justice Stevens' retirement and other battles for the judiciary. Plus, Bryan Fischer's call to deport Muslims continues.
Jennifer Knapp the Person and Jennifer Knapp the DebateSubscriber Access Only
Reaction to the singer's coming out from Denny Burk, Matthew Lee Anderson, Joe Carter, and Francis Beckwith
The JonesesSubscriber Access Only
The first film from writer/director Derrick Borte builds on an innovative scenario to pinpoint problems with our materialistic culture in a serious, yet entertaining way.
The Perfect GameSubscriber Access Only
A remarkable real-life underdog story gets a tribute that is well deserved but could have been more compelling than this.
The End of Christianity as We Know ItSubscriber Access Only
Now we can move on from merely giving people pleasant worship experiences.
Assemblies of God Leader Bows Out of Civility StatementSubscriber Access Only
Signatories included nonevangelicals and people who support gay marriage and abortion rights.
Through Songs I Was First UndoneSubscriber Access Only
Open-Eyed/Broken WideSubscriber Access Only
Jason CastroSubscriber Access Only
Leave Your SleepSubscriber Access Only
Jennifer Knapp Comes OutSubscriber Access Only
Veteran artist returns after seven-year hiatus with a feisty new album, Letting Go, while also revealing that she's gay.
Many Possible Roads to PeaceSubscriber Access Only
Activists discuss the best ways to achieve peace and freedom, including a radical call to deport all Muslims.
Abandon Studying the Historical Jesus? No, We Need ContextSubscriber Access Only
A response to 'The Jesus We'll Never Know.'
Date NightSubscriber Access Only
The combination of Tina Fey and Steve Carell makes this otherwise routine comedy quite funny, while also saying something about keeping marriage strong.
Letters to GodSubscriber Access Only
This faith-based flick about a young boy dying of cancer has its heart in the right place, but it's a bit too movie-of-the-week in sentimentality. PLUS: Exclusive clip
The AdventistsSubscriber Access Only
Documentary, now available on DVD, asks why denomination's members live longer.
Rise & ShineSubscriber Access Only
Light in the Darkest of NightsSubscriber Access Only
VagabondsSubscriber Access Only
What We Want, What We GetSubscriber Access Only
All In OneSubscriber Access Only
Women and CountrySubscriber Access Only
The Secret of KellsSubscriber Access Only
Irish monks, a woodland sprite, a young boy and Ireland's most famous illuminated manuscript grace this charming Irish indie, a Best Animated Feature nominee in an unusually competitive year.
Clash of the TitansSubscriber Access Only
Whether you consider the 1981 original a campy or classy (or both) interpretation of Greek mythology, this noticeably different remake is far too loud, angry, stupid, and humanistic by comparison.
Asking the Right QuestionSubscriber Access Only
Why neither worm theology nor worth theology will do.
My Top 5 Movie Sunrise ScenesSubscriber Access Only
As we near the celebration of Christ's resurrection, we remember five great cinematic sunrise scenes, a classic symbol of Easter.

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