Understanding the Purpose and Design of Biblical Adaptations
'Woman in Gold' Presents an Unusual Perspective on What Justice Means
'A.D.' Brings to Life the Turmoil Faced by the Disciples
Topics: Apologetics, Arts & Media, Books, History, Inspiration, Politics & Government, Religion & Society, Theology, Trends
'While We're Young' Is an Entertaining Film with an Unsatisfying Worldview
'It Follows' Builds on Tradition to Share a Sobering Truth
How the Church Unwittingly Blesses Abortion
‘Small Talk’ Reminds Parents of God’s Presence in the Hard, Ordinary, Everyday Moments
DreamWorks' Latest Tries to Do Too Much, and Ends Up Doing Too Little
Finding the Faith Connection in a Controversial Practice
The Quirky, Unsettling World of 'The Grand Budapest Hotel'
'Insurgent' Throws Away Its Chance to Take a Closer Look at Forgiveness
'Cinderella' Is a Welcome Return to Disney's Roots
'CHAPPiE' Wastes the Opportunity to Explore Important Themes
A Review of Matthew Avery Sutton’s 'American Apocalypse: A History of Modern Evangelicalism'
Some Thoughts for the Christian Moviegoer