Christians and March Madness

Ben Bartlett explores the causes for the popularity of March Madness and how Christians should respond to the phenomenon.

Progressive evangelicals succeeding US religious right

Sacha Baron Cohen’s Church Prank

The moral crisis of American sports

Stuff Christians Like

Modern Parables – a review

Bible rewrite includes binge-drinking Goliath and sex-obsessed Adam

Thank heavens for Hollywood: movies push up church visitors

The Faith Driven Vote

Bad premise, bad graphics, and bad theology?

Artist Captures on Canvas His Favorite Subject

The idea that politics is too “dirty” for Christians – wrong says Christian leader

Why movies matter

Is Vicious Combat Between Guys a Good Thing?

I Am Legend: He is Job

He had lost his family, and his entire way of life. He came face to face with evil and he pondered to himself, “Why has God allowed this to happen?” It is the essential question that everyone asks of tragedy. It is not simply a question of philosophical investigation or even of theological study, but the cry of the broken heart. You may think I am speaking of Job, the “righteous man” of Scripture, but I amactually referencing Robert Neville, the main character of the new to DVD movie I am Legend, a gripping and intense thriller with an amazing ending (warning: spoilers inside).

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