Faith and Pop Culture
This time the cute factor doesn’t get in the way of meaningful characters and it’s a much better picture as a result.
Forces the faithful to truly wrestle with what’s being shared from the pulpit on Sunday mornings.
Consummate storyteller Dean Koontz does it again with a hauntingly beautiful story of a young boy growing up in the sixties.
Are horror movies nothing more than gratuitous carnage, or can they be a means of revealing the transcendent? I’ll share my thoughts abou...