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Round-Table Discussion on The Golden Compass

Want a fresh take on Philip Pullman's infamous books and the corresponding new movie? Crosswalk's editors embark upon an in-depth discussion.

  • Staff |
  • December 06, 2007 |
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Four Slippery Steps to Adultery

Nancy C. Anderson's marriage was almost lost to infidelity. Here, she discusses the progressive choices that lead to destruction.

  • Nancy C. Anderson |
  • November 30, 2007 |
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Who's Afraid of The Golden Compass?

If The Golden Compass is a lie passing itself off as truth, is the appropriate course for us to run from it, to bury our heads in the cultural sand, pretending that, if ignored, challenges to the faith aren’t real?

Five Kinds of Christians

One new study has determined there are five kinds of Christians: Active, Professing, Liturgical, Private and Cultural. Which one are you?

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • November 30, 2007 |
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The Golden Compass: Briefing Your Concerned Congregation

Another book/film combo has given Christians a real challenge -- one that will require careful thinking and intellectual engagement, but not fear.

A Shocking “Confession” from Willow Creek Community Church

Willow Creek released the results of a study on the effectiveness of their programs and ministry. The report reveals that most of what they have been doing for these many years is producing numbers, but not disciples.

Should Parents be Concerned About The Golden Compass?

You've probably received an e-mail about the upcoming fantasy film The Golden Compass by now. And you may be wondering "Is this movie really so bad?"

Homemade Gift Ideas Under $10

Want to be a better steward of your time, talent, and treasure? Here are numerous gift ideas that not only cost very little, but have that personal touch that makes gifts extra special to those on the receiving end.

How to Witness to a Jehovah's Witness

"There were no disagreements about the deity of Christ because I made sure the conversation didn't go in that direction. And I avoided doing what the Bible says not to do -- to argue."

The Incredible Worth of a Wife

How can husbands treasure their wives in ways that will show them how valuable they are?

ECFA's Ken Behr on the Grassley Investigation

Paul Edwards chats with the president of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability about Senator Charles Grassley's recent Senate Finance Committee investigation into the ministries of six prominent American televangelists.

Willow Creek's Confession

A Church-Based Hope for 'Adultolescents'

How might we respond to our cultural phenomenon of people putting off maturity? John Piper offers 15 suggestions for the Church.

Movie Magic Makes August Rush Truly Unforgettable

August Rush is pure Hollywood magic. But if you’re willing to suspend your disbelief, sit back, and enjoy, then the rewards are many. And if you’re like me, you’ll probably even tear up, so you may want to bring some Kleenex along for the ride.

  • Christa Banister |
  • November 21, 2007 |
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Spiritual Cruise Control

Ephesians tells us a bit about spiritual horsepower: all that God has given to us and all that God has done for us. The problem is that we are not pursuing God; we are not following after righteousness.

To Single Women: Men. Don't. Change.

Non-Christians: Friends or Foes?

Jesus doesn’t view non-Christians as the enemy, but as victims of the enemy.

Enchanted a Healthy Mix of Reality and Fairy Tale

Enchanted is a completely adorable, delightful movie whose packed screening audience of little girls ages four to fourteen gave it a rousing applause at the end. The story wraps up in a compelling way, hinting that the good life just might be a healthy mix of both seasoned reality and fairy tale dreams.

Does it Matter Who Wins the War of Worldviews?

During the National Conference on Christian Apologetics, one statement by Erwin Lutzer got my attention: "God the Father demands perfection... Jesus supplies all God demands."

Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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