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The Lion, The Witch, and The Verdict
The Narnia reviews are in, and many Christian critics press find it good but not great, expressing differing degrees of dissatisfaction. Plus, religious press reviews of Syriana, and another look at Pride & Prejudice.
Actors Play Down Narnia's Christianity
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A Tale of Two Kitties
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Into the Wonder
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