The Chronicles of Atheism
When The Golden Compass hits theaters this month, many will be introduced to the works of Philip Pullman, a writer who detests C.S. Lewis's fantasy world.
Top Ten Jesus Movies
They've been making films about the Son of God for over a century. Here's one man's list of those that ascend to the top of the cinematic pack.
A Box Office Exodus?
The animated Ten Commandments didn't draw much of a crowd to the cineplex, but the company behind the movie is optimistic about its future Bible films.
The latest kids' flick from Robert Rodriguez is silly, chaotic and illogical, but in a way that makes it seem all the more childlike.
Deeper into Terabithia
Bridge to Terabithia author Katherine Paterson says a story reveals a writer's faith, whether she likes it or not.
Director Brian Flemming, a self-described "atheist Christian," is trying to prove that the historical Jesus never existed in his new documentary, The God Who Wasn't There.
Angels & Demons
The sequel to The Da Vinci Code is marginally more entertaining and a bit better in its treatment of religion, but it's still fundamentally silly and inaccurate.
On Fire at Jesus Camp
A new documentary depicts charismatic kids who are articulate and take faith seriously. But have they been "indoctrinated"? Is it a fair representation of evangelicals? Or too political? We asked the directors.
Kirk Cameron, best known as a teen idol in Growing Pains, has been in a lot of Christian movies lately—including Fireproof, from the makers of Facing the Giants.
Luther, Luther, Luther!
Comparing three cinematic versions of the life of the great Reformer, including the 2003 edition, which releases to video today.