October (Web-only) 2011

AnonymousSubscriber Access Only
Did he, or did he not? Not is the answer in this costume drama of Shakespearean proportions.
In TimeSubscriber Access Only
In a land where the currency is time rather than money, fighting for justice means fighting for your life.
Finding Forgiveness in AfricaSubscriber Access Only
New documentary about reconciliation in Sierra Leone explores the peacemaking process.
The Power & The GlorySubscriber Access Only
Live From Kegworth StudioSubscriber Access Only
Mylo XylotoSubscriber Access Only
Bad As MeSubscriber Access Only
StrongerSubscriber Access Only
The Three MusketeersSubscriber Access Only
Alexander Dumas' classic heroes return to the big screen—but you'll barely recognize them.
Back to the FathersSubscriber Access Only
Every turn in Thomas Oden's theology took him further left, until he came face to face with Augustine and Wesley.
The Mill & the CrossSubscriber Access Only
A 16th century Dutch painting, 'The Way to Calvary,' comes to life in this astonishing work of sacred art.
The Mighty MacsSubscriber Access Only
An inspiring sports story of defying the odds falls short of its full potential.
Margin CallSubscriber Access Only
Financial disaster movie explores the ethics of Wall Street
SnowmenSubscriber Access Only
An entertaining family film that explores what it means to leave a meaningful legacy.
Invisible EmpiresSubscriber Access Only
Come To the WellSubscriber Access Only
I Have a Dream (It Feels Like Home)Subscriber Access Only
All Things Will UnwindSubscriber Access Only
One VoiceSubscriber Access Only
Broadway StoriesSubscriber Access Only
Love All the WaySubscriber Access Only
FastlifeSubscriber Access Only
The Big YearSubscriber Access Only
Three of comedy's top stars are utterly wasted on a lame script and lousy direction. This one's for the birds.
FootlooseSubscriber Access Only
A dumbed-down, sexed-up remake, shying away from critiquing the church but also from its Christian worldview.
Sports with a Deeper PurposeSubscriber Access Only
Wheaton College's new athletics director responds to The Atlantic's controversial indictment of college sports.
Missionaries to Muslims Agree to Soften Criticisms of Each OtherSubscriber Access Only
Ten years after 9/11, the heated debate over contextualization is about to get more civil.
Wycliffe, SIL Issue Guidelines on Translating 'Son of God' Among MuslimsSubscriber Access Only
The term 'Son of God' should be retained, but not at the expense of comprehension, translating groups say.
Say No to Negative Talk about Hispanic AmericansSubscriber Access Only
Christian discussion about topics like Rick Perry's tuition stance must include both compassion and justice.
Q & A: Ron Paul on Leaving the Episcopal Church, and Whether to Legislate Abortion, Narcotics, & Same-Sex MarriageSubscriber Access Only
The congressman who won the Values Voters Summit straw poll tells CT that he believes marriage is a sacrament but laws cannot change morality.
Prophets Against Profits? What Occupy Wall Street MissesSubscriber Access Only
The problem doesn't lie with the 1%. It's with us.
ReverieSubscriber Access Only
EvanescenceSubscriber Access Only
DeeperSubscriber Access Only
Deas VailSubscriber Access Only
BirdsSubscriber Access Only
The WaySubscriber Access Only
A poignant drama about the journey toward healing, wholeness, and the help we find along the way. PLUS: Interview with Martin Sheen & Emilio Estevez.
The Ides of MarchSubscriber Access Only
A thriller not so much about politics as moral compromise, and the deterioration of one man's ideals.
Real SteelSubscriber Access Only
A robotic, paint-by-numbers attempt at an inspiring dad-and-son sports movie.
Martha Marcy May MarleneSubscriber Access Only
A haunting film about a young woman who joins a cult, flees, and deals with its after effects.
Interview: Martin Sheen Finds TranscendenceSubscriber Access Only
Veteran actor and son discuss the making of 'The Way,' opening this week.
The PresenceSubscriber Access Only
Superb filmmaking elevates this spiritually-tinged but only slightly scary ghost story.
The Lost Notebooks of Hank WilliamsSubscriber Access Only
K Is for KaraokeSubscriber Access Only
Odd SoulSubscriber Access Only
The One You NeedSubscriber Access Only
ResponseSubscriber Access Only
Beauty Queen SisterSubscriber Access Only
MetalsSubscriber Access Only
Clear as DaySubscriber Access Only
Q & A: Mitch Daniels on the Economy, His Quiet Faith, and a Social Issues TruceSubscriber Access Only
Why the governor of Indiana is ambivalent about "compassionate conservatism," sees fiscal responsibility as a moral issue, and still wants a truce on social issues.

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