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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.

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  • 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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Top Family Movie Picks for the Holidays

“E” is for entertainment and hopefully for everyone! Here are some options for family movie-watching this holiday season.

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  • November 23, 2011 |
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Shaping Lives, One Photo at a Time

Professional photographer Alicia Hansen uses her skills to encourage students through NYC SALT, a nonprofit photography program.

What Role Should Storytelling Play in a Christian's Life?
What Role Should Storytelling Play in a Christian's Life?

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  • November 02, 2011 |
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Roma Downey’s Entertaining Little Angels

Former “angel” Roma Downey delivers good news about Little Angels, her animated educational DVD series for preschoolers.

  • Laura MacCorkle |
  • November 01, 2011 |
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The Beatles, Meh.

Times change and “cool” changes most of all. People took the Beatles too seriously. Bach on the other hand...

  • John Mark Reynolds |
  • October 24, 2011 |
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Afterlife Explored in I Survived ... Beyond and Back

They flatlined. But then came back to life. Now BIO Channel’s I Survived ... Beyond and Back lets them tell their stories.

The Way Reconnects Father and Son

Award-winning actor Martin Sheen says his role in The Way was a gift to him from his son, filmmaker Emilio Estevez.

Learning the Tricks of the Trade

A new production company called Advent Associates gives Christian college students a chance to launch film-making careers.

Taylor Swift is the Real Deal and Then Some: A Concert Review

The first time I heard about Taylor Swift a few years ago I paid little attention. I think I might have heard some of her music but she came on my entertainment radar as that cute little girl at some music awards ceremony.

Downhere’s Marc Martel Auditions for Queen

Singing for the Queen is one thing, but Downhere’s Marc Martel might soon be singing for Queen. As in the legendary rock band.

Roger Ebert's Curious Faith

It would have been hard to grow up in America during the past 40 years having never seen or heard the name of Roger Ebert.

Courageous Points to Fatherlessness

To its great credit, the upcoming Sherwood Pictures film Courageous points to a critical issue rarely addressed in society.

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