June (Web-only) 2011

Christian Colleges Hope House Bill Will Repeal New RulesSubscriber Access Only
CCCU says government's solution to for-profit problems threatens schools' autonomy.
Reading Scripture with Sex Abuse SurvivorsSubscriber Access Only
Elaine Heath's 'We Were the Least of These' offers a healing balm, but should be read alongside more traditional interpretations of Scripture.
Transformers 3: Dark of the MoonSubscriber Access Only
The Autobots and Decepticons lay waste to Chicago and revive the franchise.
The Lost Girls of China and IndiaSubscriber Access Only
Why so many baby girls are being killed in the world's two largest countries.
My Top 5 Movies About UnemploymentSubscriber Access Only
Twist AgainSubscriber Access Only
Hold on to LoveSubscriber Access Only
The Harrow and the HarvestSubscriber Access Only
Beyonce Is Wrong: Girls Don't Run the WorldSubscriber Access Only
Why her message of female power is hurting the African American community.
Midnight in ParisSubscriber Access Only
Woody Allen's whimsical valentine to the City of Light may be his most enjoyable film in years.
Cars 2Subscriber Access Only
The vehicles go international—with a 007 makeover—in this entertaining but uneven sequel.
Should Christians Pursue External Beauty?Subscriber Access Only
A controversial Psychology Today article arguing that black women are less attractive than others got me thinking about real beauty.
Quivering with Fear: A Review of 'Quivering Daughters'Subscriber Access Only
Hillary McFarland reveals the idolatry of patriarchal Christianity.
An Open Letter to Donald Miller on Your EngagementSubscriber Access Only
First, congratulations. Second, let's talk about that list of qualities we should want in a spouse.
The Spielberg Study MethodSubscriber Access Only
How four books on filmmaking can help us tell the greatest story ever told.
How to Talk about Having ChildrenSubscriber Access Only
Maybe God intended babies to mess with our well-planned lives.
Mass AppealSubscriber Access Only
Catholics and Protestants both like the music of John Michael Talbot, who releases his 52nd album today.
Worship and Bow DownSubscriber Access Only
The JourneySubscriber Access Only
On FireSubscriber Access Only
DwellSubscriber Access Only
Bon IverSubscriber Access Only
Love Is WaitingSubscriber Access Only
CollageSubscriber Access Only
What We're Reading This SummerSubscriber Access Only
We're taking pleasure in books in the middle of texts and tweets.
Tiger Dads vs. Sexualized Daughters
Tiger Dads vs. Sexualized Daughters
Why one of our parental duties is to protect our children physically and spirituality by teaching them to be modest.
God WinsSubscriber Access Only
The really important question raised from Rob Bell's 'Love Wins.'
Why Men Should Read Jane AustenSubscriber Access Only
And, how we all should read works like 'Pride and Prejudice.'
Green LanternSubscriber Access Only
In brightest day, in blackest night: Green Lantern comes to theaters.
Mr. Popper's PenguinsSubscriber Access Only
Jim Carrey, Angela Lansbury, and some very cute penguins create some fun family fare.
Searching for Abba on Father’s Day
Searching for Abba on Father’s Day
What Daddy said to me, a 'love child,' that changed my life.
The Cult of the OrgasmSubscriber Access Only
Thinking Christianly about the vibrator boom and unsatisfied sexual desire.
Bromance PersonifiedSubscriber Access Only
Documentary 'Five Friends' illustrates what adult male friendships should look like.
Raising Yeshua-Followers in the West BankSubscriber Access Only
Ariella, a Messianic Jew, raises four children amid violence in the Holy Land.
Bishop's Move: Rowan Williams's Latest FirestormSubscriber Access Only
A leading British evangelical comments on the Archbishop of Canterbury's turn as guest editor of 'New Statesman.'
Dispatch—EPSubscriber Access Only
Unseen ProofSubscriber Access Only
Dream with MeSubscriber Access Only
All Things Bright and BeautifulSubscriber Access Only
Q & A: Owl CitySubscriber Access Only
The man best known as Owl City says he's matured and "seasoned" since becoming an overnight sensation.
Taste and Smell That the Lord Is GoodSubscriber Access Only
Molly Birnbaum's book 'Season to Taste' reveals how our sense of smell connects us to places and people.
The Politics of Being a Good ChristianSubscriber Access Only
Why there might be two "God Gaps" in America.
Q & A: Tim Tebow on Faith, Fame, & FootballSubscriber Access Only
The NFL athlete reflects on his outspoken faith, whether athletes should attribute their wins to God, and moving from the Focus on the Family ad to Jockey ads.
Super 8Subscriber Access Only
A rich, thrilling, and fun ride into summer movies past.
What Faith Is: Accepting ConditionsSubscriber Access Only
Eternity is inevitable, one way or another. We may want to get used to it.
Anthony Weiner, GnosticSubscriber Access Only
The embroiled congressman's defense that sexting is not adultery reveals a mind-body dualism long resisted by Christian tradition.
The Rise, Fall, and Rise of Ralph ReedSubscriber Access Only
Why the former head of the Christian Coalition is drawing attention as a leader in the grassroots conservative movement.
Poor Man's BluesSubscriber Access Only
Glenn Kaiser on his new album, Chicago's homeless, his own history with poverty, and the 40-year anniversary of the Jesus Movement.
King James Goes to the MoviesSubscriber Access Only
Two documentaries look at the making of the KJV.
A Backyard Garden of GraceSubscriber Access Only
When our family decided to buy only items that were local, used, homegrown, or homemade, little did we know how our garden would change us.
Love & War & The Sea In-BetweenSubscriber Access Only
Cardboard BoxSubscriber Access Only
Solid StateSubscriber Access Only
The RoadSubscriber Access Only
Nothing Is ImpossibleSubscriber Access Only
With Shivering Hearts We WaitSubscriber Access Only
Echo BoomSubscriber Access Only
Who Wants the Future?Subscriber Access Only
Plain and SimpleSubscriber Access Only
Why Romance Novels Aren't Emotional PornSubscriber Access Only
Just because such novels are about escape doesn't mean they are destructive.
Lessons from an Expletive-Laced Picture BookSubscriber Access Only
Self-sacrifice can make parents unhappy and unhealthy—or it can help cultivate the abundant life God desires for us.
X-Men: First ClassSubscriber Access Only
Reinvents a familiar cast of characters in what might be the standout action film of the summer.
Rejoice & ShoutSubscriber Access Only
A whirlwind history lesson on black gospel speaks to the music's enduring power.
Beautiful BoySubscriber Access Only
Their marriage already strained, a couple faces devastating news about their son. PLUS: Interview with Michael Sheen.
Working for the (Son of) ManSubscriber Access Only
What a theology of work might look like for female professionals, who tend to downplay their success.
Katrina Volunteers Continue, Even When it Costs ThemSubscriber Access Only
Volunteers remain willing to donate time and labor, even if it means that they have to pay.
Gut-Wrenching RoleSubscriber Access Only
Michael Sheen discusses one of his most emotionally demanding characters in 'Beautiful Boy,' opening this week.
Why 'Happy' Isn't a Christian WordSubscriber Access Only
How to practice hope during the happiest season of the Christian year.

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