Old-fashioned good-vs.-evil fun, even if you aren't sure which side is which among the not-so-subtle real-world political parallels.
- April 04, 2014 |
Rife with theological exploration but never preachy, Noah sets a new standard for films to be both spiritually engaging and entertaining.
Wouldn't it be nice if life consisted only of pleasant surprises, not the disappointing ones? Yet therein lies the true test of faith.
For every person who may have responded to these sign-holding, awkwardly-timed evangelists, there are thousands of others who immediately think Christians are weird.
Christians sometimes shy away from Jesus’ call to assert the truth about faith – especially when talking about controversial issues.
We should be immensely grateful that God has preserved this book for us. Despite its detractors, the book of James provides essential theological balance for the key doctrinal debates in the church today.
Divergent, based upon the young adult novel by Veronica Roth, is out in theaters. Crosswalk's Shawn McEvoy and Stephen McGarvey discuss the movie's appropriateness for fans of the books and non-readers alike. Read Christa Banister's full-text review for Crosswalk.com here.
“It is not the healthy who need a doctor, but the sick. I have not come to call the righteous, but the sinners to repentance.”
Though this cameo-filled affair tries to make a profound statement about bold faith, it falls prey to several predictable blunders.
While God says he will give us our heart’s desire, he also tells us that we have to WAIT patiently for him to act.
The issue isn't really whether we should forgive Mark Driscoll. That's a given. Jesus said to forgive seventy times seven. But should Driscoll continue as a pastor?
Through all of our hurdles and struggles, we have had to learn how to keep communicating with each other. We often fail.
In a small college town 20 miles north of Charlotte, N.C., “Homeless Jesus” is provoking more conversation than a month of Sunday sermons.
Are zombies in the Bible? Dr. Roger explains why we shouldn't compare Jesus' resurrection to stories about zombies.
Crosswalk.com editors Stephen McGarvey and Shawn McEvoy discuss the buzz on Darren Aronofsky's Noah, coming to theaters March 28. Are Christian moviegoers justified in their concerns, or should we applaud a major biblical epic coming to the big screen? For more on this topic, read, 5 Reasons Why Christians Should See Noah in Theaters.
Post-Traumatic Church Syndrome- have you heard of it? I hadn’t, until I read Reba Riley’s post describing her own struggle and eventual self-diagnosis of this spiritual condition.
I remember the first fight James and I had as newlyweds. More importantly, I remember how we resolved it.
Sam Ingrassia encourages spouses to pray through the word of God with each other to strengthen their marriage.
Many women sense God’s call to lead in a variety of different ways but lack the opportunities they need to do God's work.