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Is Rolling Stone Afraid of the Bible?Subscriber Access Only
The magazine is suddenly squeamish of religion. At least in one case.
WWJWD?Subscriber Access Only
In the wake of UCLA's loss in Monday's NCAA championship game, I couldn't help but wonder: What would John Wooden do?
The Sound of MusicSubscriber Access Only
French director—and music lover—Christophe Barratier helmed his country's No. 1 movie last year, Les Choristes. Now that it's coming to the U.S., we chatted with Barratier about his film.
Moses Parts the Red C(GI)Subscriber Access Only
An all-new computer-animated version of The Ten Commandments releases this week, and the production company's founders plan 11 more Bible epic movies.
A Fantastic RoleSubscriber Access Only
Ioan Gruffudd, best known for his role as the leader of The Fantastic Four, reprises a bit of history with his latest part, as the Christian abolitionist William Wilberforce in the new film, Amazing Grace.
No More Smut Editors?Subscriber Access Only
A federal judge has ruled that it's illegal for companies to "sanitize" videos by editing objectionable content. And in principle, I tend to agree.
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.
We Shall Overcome: The Seeger SessionsSubscriber Access Only
We've Been Waiting for You Subscriber Access Only
Working on a DreamSubscriber Access Only
Sounding more jubilant than he has in years, Springsteen celebrates love and marriage—and, subtly, the God behind it—in Working on a Dream.
Devilish and DivineSubscriber Access Only
The man who is the voice of God and the incarnation of Screwtape.
Pete Docter, Pixar's Star Director, Talks about His Christian FaithSubscriber Access Only
Pete Docter, director of the new Pixar film Up, says that as a Christian he's learned that relationships matter more than anything—and his new movie shows it.
Rising from the Valley of DeathSubscriber Access Only
Steven Curtis Chapman opens up about losing his daughter, their family's arduous journey, and a new album of songs chronicling the path of pain and hope.
Deep FaithSubscriber Access Only
Graham Tomlin wants to bring theology back to church.
Participant FirstSubscriber Access Only
L. L. Barkat creates in the context of online community.
RehabSubscriber Access Only
Alissa Wilkinson: Every Square InchSubscriber Access Only
The writer and editor seeks the redemption of all creation.
Paradise LostSubscriber Access Only
On his new album, 'Leaving Eden', Brandon Heath explores the fall of man—including his own—but keeps turning back to the hope of Christ.
At the Edge of ImperfectionSubscriber Access Only

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