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Jars of Clay Celebrates Twenty Years with 20

Jars of Clay celebrates twenty years together in 2014 with this aptly named double album 20

Andrew Garfield is Electric in The Amazing Spider-Man 2

Light years ahead of its predecessor, boasting spectacular special effects (every scene gets more eye-popping) and quality storytelling.

12 Signs You Went to Bible Camp

Summer may be drawing to an end, but before you break out your winter coat, let’s see how many of these camp experiences apply to you!

The Giver a Fair if Basic Treatise on Societal Control

A parent-friendly thriller that allows a young audience to think about complex ideas and core human values for the first time.

The Wingfeather Saga Concludes in The Wolf King

Since the publication of the series opener, the Wingfeather books have followed the adventures of the Igiby siblings –Janner, Kalmar, and Leeli.

Anberlin Explores the End in Lowborn

Lowborn reflects the corners Anberlin has explored before. There’s a braid of dynamic aggression that surfaces in varying degrees.

Muppets Most Wanted Even Better Than Its Predecessor

Another star-studded affair that’s also very, very funny, equally showcasing the talents of comedic actors and creative puppeteers.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • August 12, 2014 |
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Why Do Christians Seem Suspicious of the Arts?
Why Do Christians Seem Suspicious of the Arts?

Author and professor Karen Swallow Prior helps us understand how Christians went from being patrons of the arts to suspicious of them.
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  • Karen Swallow Prior |
  • August 11, 2014 |
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Cowabunga! Turtles Shells Out Action + Attitude

With fun nods to pop culture and sci-fi classics, it’s a fast-paced, high-action story that takes no prisoners.

VeggieTales Gets Funky in Celery Night Fever

Bob the Tomato and Larry the Cucumber are back in an all new VeggieTales adventure, and this time there’s a new vegetable in town.

America's Got Talent Audition Proves Television Can Go Beyond the Superficial

The power of beauty and truth can overwhelm even the most skeptical among us. Including the celebrity judges on “America’s Got Talent.” Stay tuned to BreakPoint.

Get On Up Isn't Pretty, but Captures the Essence of James Brown

Not your typical birth-to-grave biography. It's a little spastic and occasionally confusing but certainly keeps the intensity set high.

Little Women + WWII Setting = Love Comes Home

It takes a particularly skilled pen not to descend into total cheesiness, and Gabhart clearly understands the tricky balance.

Hillsong Celebrates Three Decades of Worship with No Other Name

All told, No Other Name lives up to its name as a sincere, worthwhile celebration of Christ.

Heaven is for Real is Better with Questions Than Answers

Forces the faithful to truly wrestle with what’s being shared from the pulpit on Sunday mornings.

A Vision for the Arts

There is a sense where the church used to be the patron of the arts. But somewhere along the line we kind of got screwed up and we began to give the arts back to the world.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • July 28, 2014 |
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Besson Brings Style, but Lucy is Philosophically Problematic

Rather than cautioning about aspiring to god-like omniscience, Lucy appears to long for that outcome. But this is secondary to the fun.

When I Fall in Love A Recipe for Success

Attention, romance readers: this one has it all. Nice girl heroine, hot-but-honorable hero, exotic locale, family drama, great food, the works.

Transcendence Doesn't Go Above and Beyond

Has an intriguing premise but gets less interesting, not more, once Will experiences transcendence.

Are Horror Movies the Perfect Genre for Christians?

Are horror movies nothing more than gratuitous carnage, or can they be a means of revealing the transcendent? I’ll share my thoughts about that next on BreakPoint.

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