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"It was a great gift of this film that it took us back to finding our local Methodist church and going every Sunday."
A scene from “A.D. The Bible Continues.” “I don’t think Christian audiences, especially younger ones, are going to rush to
Among the phone survey highlights: “Most people would be surprised that 1 in 3 of their neighbors is watching Christian TV
The husband-wife pair have been criticized about their casting choices in the past. Some scholars accused the producers of
When you ask me my favorite Christian movies, I might say The Apostle, Leap of Faith, Sister Act, Lars and The Real Girl, The Matrix, Wall-E, Elmer Gantry or Les Miserables. Are these Christian films? Does the film need to clearly address God or Jesus?
Contemporary, multi-sensory feats of technology have caused observers to overlook another medium of remembrance. From Michelangelo's Pietà to the Crucifixion by Salvador Dalí, analog sculptures illustrating Jesus' final moments also provide a way for people to experience this story of life and death that has influenced the development of both the ancient and modern worlds.
When a church provides the space for showing films discussing the issues, it becomes more relevant by becoming a catalyst for coalition-building.
For all of the ways that Tarantino continues to make engaging films that mix and match an eclectic range of cinematic genres, the sophisticated moral-ethical reflection that one finds in "Pulp Fiction" is now missing, a pattern that characterizes his latest film, "Django Unchained."
Paul, in his Galatians autobiography, identifies James as a man who replaced Peter as the head of the early Church. Additional apocryphal and secular sources assume James as heir to the church and rightfully so as his brother.
Unlike so many other Christian films, Hellbound? is neither sentimental nor sensationalist. The word that comes to mind instead is depth.
Had the Roman army not pulled his bloodied frame from the mob, Paul would have died. Even his ironic journey to Rome as a prisoner -- rather than apostle -- would not have occurred.
By Annalisa Musarra Religion News Service Hannah, played by newcomer Rachel Hendrix, journeys to find her birth mother and
I had opportunity to sit down with 40-year-old Miller, whose Blue Like Jazz memoir has sold more than 1.5 million copies since its publication in 2003, to talk about the book, his faith journey and the new film of the same name.
God speaks through and BEYOND the Bible, and this is one reason why the arts in their many forms are so important to our spiritual formation.
"Artistic talent is a gift from God," John Paul once said. "And whoever discovers it in himself has a certain obligation: to know that he cannot waste his talent, but must develop it."
I was amazed, not to say a little disgusted, to find that Haggard is going to have a role in an upcoming pro-abstinence movie.
(RNS) Dallas megachurch pastor Bishop T.D. Jakes has produced his third movie, Jumping the Broom, a romantic comedy set against
By Nicole Neroulias Religion News Service (RNS) Would you rather see a movie about a sinner or a saint? The marketing team