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What ‘Burden’ Taught Me About Racial Solidarity
Christians can learn from the true story of the radical love a black reverend shows a KKK member in the 1990s.
‘Parasite’ Is a Dark Comedy. But Is the Joke on Us?
What the Oscar-nominated film teaches us about classism, fear, and dependence on God.
Bryan Stevenson Wants to Liberate People from the Lie That Their Life Doesn’t Matter
The author of the book behind the new film ‘Just Mercy’ shows the church a way forward.
‘Little Women’ and the Feminist Search for Righteousness
The real story is not whether the four young women will marry, but whether they will become better people.
The New ‘Harriet’ Biopic Is Faithful to Tubman’s Faith
Biographer Kate Clifford Larson talks about the famous female abolitionist and the cinematic portrayal of her life.
The Call to Self-Discipline in a Media-Saturated Age
Our society is addicted to spectacle. How do we keep our eyes are fixed on Christ?
Repent of Your Movie Snobbery
We need to consider messages of truth and beauty, even when imperfect.
Mankind Was Scrooge’s Business (and George Bailey’s, Too)
Two of our favorite Christmas stories teach us that no one can be redeemed in isolation.
Even for Christian Combat Veterans, No Easy Answers
What two recent films get right, and what they miss.
‘Christopher Robin’ Is Childhood Revisited ... and Resold
The keepers of our nostalgia want to peddle it to us again and again.
Stephen King Wrestles with the Divine
The horror writer is no fan of organized religion, but his stories don’t shy away from belief in things unseen.
Dinosaurs 1, Humanity 0
Why do films like ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ urge us to rejoice in the death of the wicked?
Love Thy Neighbor as Mister Rogers Did
A new documentary shows how a gentle Presbyterian minister turned TV inside out.
Sectarian Cinema: Oscars Highlight Muslim Defense of Persecuted Christians
“Watu Wote” shows the power and limits of African and Arab films to probe interfaith relations.
A Wrinkle in Heaven
Can the spiritual dimensions of reality be probed by science?
How Will Hollywood Handle the Spiritual Themes in ‘A Wrinkle in Time?’
Fans of Madeleine L’Engle’s novel are wondering whether the film will do justice to the “cosmic questions” the book raises.
Charles Dickens Still Haunts Christmas
How a 19th-century story informs the modern holiday spirit.
‘Justice League’ Unites Its Heroes to Save an Erratic, Uneven World
DC’s answer to the MCU wants to show that surrounding darkness can only strengthen heroic light. It only kind of succeeds.
Do We Need Another Denzel Washington Christ Figure?
CT asks the actor about his latest movie and Hollywood’s ongoing quest to score the faith audience.
‘Mindhunter’ Offers a Stark Warning About the Limits of Empathy
Our reviewer says Netflix’s new crime drama is the service’s best show yet.

Top Story April 6, 2020

Not Even the Gates of a Hellish Pandemic Will Prevail Over God’s Church
Not Even the Gates of a Hellish Pandemic Will Prevail Over God’s Church
Scripture doesn’t promise wealth or health or even life. What, then, does it promise?

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