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Citizen Way Q&A with Ben Calhoun

Breaking onto the Christian music scene with their debut album, Love is the Evidence, new band Citizen Way has proved they are the artists to watch.

How Should Christians Relate to the Arts?
How Should Christians Relate to the Arts?

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'Jesus Freak' and the Evolution of Christian Rock

Bob Gersztyn owned a fine collection of 300 rock 'n roll albums in 1971, the year he accepted Jesus Christ as his personal Lord and Savior.

Why You Should Read Narnia in Publication Order

There are three ways to read the seven Chronicles of Narnia, but only one of them is best.

Using Pop Culture to Reach People

Mike Blackaby says we must be “colliders,” people who do not hide from pop culture, but rather engage the world through it as a believer in Christ.

Learning to Love God's Gift of Literature

A good story told by a skilled author can do a great deal of good. It can even lead us to God.

What Rowling Said about Dumbledore

As Christians, how do we respond to J.K. Rowling's declaration that she thought of Albus Dumbledore as gay?

Why Christians Should Read Fiction

I’ve found that most people who tell me that fiction is a waste of time are folks who seem to hold to a kind of sola cerebra vision of the Christian life that just doesn’t square with the Bible.

Lessons From A Demon

It is almost scary how well C.S. Lewis understood spiritual warfare, and the weaknesses of the human heart.

Ducks, Beards, and Jesus

Duck Dynasty family brings faith to prime time. Now in its third season, the docu-drama continues to draw millions of fans.

Why Jack the Giant-Slayer Misses the Mark

Jack now has his turn at the silver screen, with the film “Jack the Giant-Slayer,” in theaters now. I saw it, and was disappointed. Here’s why.

Has Our Attention Span Stunted Our Spiritual Appetite?

A review of "A Severe Mercy" by Sheldon Vanauken, and an exploration of how our limited attention spans have affected our appetite for the sacred.

The Rightful King

It was my brother-in-law who first got me interested in The Song of Ice and Fire by George R.R. Martin.

Why Johnny Cash Still Matters

February 26 would have been Johnny Cash’s 81st birthday. Unlike many celebrities whose name dies out with the obituaries of their fan base, Cash continues to matter. And I think it matters that we understand why.

Coffee Talk with JJ Heller

Heller kicks off these early months of 2013 with a new album, a new tour, and from the sound of her Facebook page, a new pair of sunglasses.

  • Ashleigh Slater |
  • February 25, 2013 |
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Return to Eden in Adam and Dog

Beautiful, terrifying, bizarre, these are only a few words I would use to describe Adam and Dog, the Oscar nominated short film by Minkyu Lee.

When The Odds Are Not in Your Favor

Imagine you were trapped in a life or death situation. No one is coming to your rescue, and your only hope of survival is at the expense of strangers. As a Christian, what would you do?

Light a Candle Against Violence at the Theater

Just weeks after Newtown, the top two box office movies in America are "Texas Chainsaw 3-D" and "Django Unchained," two grotesquely violent films. That’s a problem.

Social Justice through Storytelling in Les Misérables

Actors like Anne Hathaway are using Les Misérables to bring awareness to the problem of global suffering and injustice.

  • Debbie Holloway |
  • December 20, 2012 |
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Is The Hobbit a Christian Film? Yes and No

Middle-earth is a world constructed on Christian principles, but that doesn't mean The Hobbit should be taken as a subliminally evangelistic work.

  • Kay Campbell and Greg Garrison |
  • December 17, 2012 |
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