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Narnia or Neverland?

A new survey asks Christians of different denominations to choose their favorite fantasy land.

Street Pianos: The "Play Me I'm Yours" Project

"Play Me, I'm Yours" is an art project where community members decorate pianos then place them in public areas for the public to play.

Alpha Male Makes a Comeback in Chimpanzee

In Disneynature’s Chimpanzee, a different kind of role model is “manning up” and leading the pack in this amazingly true story.

Jane Austen's Advice: Choose the Right Man and Live Happily Ever After

A new book marks a confident path for young women who want a good man and a lifetime of marital love and happiness.

Question of Destiny Permeates The Lucky One

Nicholas Sparks is excited about the release of The Lucky One, his seventh best-selling novel that’s been adapted for the big screen.

A Little Justification for Art

The making of art may need no justification, but sometimes, in surprising and whimsical ways, God gives it.

Art Imitating Life: October Baby

Shari Rigby brings her own post-abortive experience to her small but crucial role in the new feature film October Baby.

Shouldn't a Documentary About History Be Historically Accurate?

I suspect that those who see actor Kirk Cameron's documentary Monumental will be entertained, but will they be educated?

  • Dr. Warren Throckmorton |
  • March 29, 2012 |
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Snow White Gets a Facelift in Mirror Mirror

In this cinematic remix of the classic Snow White fairy tale, it’s the brave, young princess who saves the prince in the end.

Stories of Life: 'October Baby' and 'Doonby'

“Show, don’t tell.” That’s the trick good writers use to make their point. And that’s what two new films about abortion are doing.

The Art of Not Taking Offense

Taking an offense is a great way to hinder the progress God is making in your life and work.

Behind the Scenes: Standing Firm in Hollywood

For Christians in Hollywood, the challenges are great. But many believers in the entertainment industry just aren't giving up.

Blue Like Jazz Plays a Murky Message

The film adaptation of Blue Like Jazz follows one man’s spiritual journey, but struggles to offer a clear explanation of the gospel.

Oscars 2012: One Movie Critic Weighs In

The 84th Academy Awards are coming this Sunday! But who will win an Oscar? One movie critic makes his predictions. . . .

The Middle-Aged White Guy's Guide to Christian Rap

It has to be one of the most unexpected phenomena in the church today—that white middle-aged pastors are talking about rap music and, even more strangely, actually listening to it and recommending it. I don’t know that anyone would have or could have predicted it.

Prayer at Grammys Reflects National Consensus

Although I didn’t watch the Grammy Awards last night, I did hear about host LL Cool J’s opening prayer. It was offered in response to the sudden death of singer Whitney Houston.’s Top 10 Movies of 2011’s Top 10 Movies of 2011

The editors and film critics at announce their winners of the best movies of 2011, based upon criteria such as themes of redemption, sacrifice, purpose, and hope; strong production values; and moving performances. Managing Editor Shawn McEvoy explains why the films that made the cut were selected, as well as how Crosswalk looks at movies in general. Your favorite film didn’t make the cut? Let us know in the comments!

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  • February 10, 2012 |
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Critics' Choice: Top Movies of 2011

The votes are in!’s editorial staff and contributing film critics have chosen their top ten films of the year.

  • Editorial Staff & Film Critics |
  • January 18, 2012 |
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What is Magic?

Okay, so "magic" is expressly forbidden in the Bible in a variety of ways. But what exactly is it? And are we practicing a form of it in the church?

  • Dr. Stanley J. Ward |
  • January 12, 2012 |
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Making It Personal

An intense personal focus has become the approved way of looking at history and politics, influenced by perceived social ills.

  • Janie B. Cheaney |
  • December 07, 2011 |
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