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Martin Scorsese’s Silence, and Our Strange New Evangelical America, by Rebecca K. Reynolds

February 8, 2017

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So many people my age feel abandoned by our own older faith heroes. In dire national circumstances, we have watched several of our evangelical heroes abandon the ideals they have taught us--urging us to make alliances with forces hostile to our faith. They have told us that this is loving. They have told us to do this for the good of the people. Is this the voice of God, or the voice of Ferreira?

So many people my age feel abandoned by our own older faith heroes. In dire national circumstances, we have watched several of our evangelical heroes abandon the ideals they have taught us–urging us to make alliances with forces hostile to our faith. They have told us that this is loving. They have told us to […]

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Our Favorite Christmas Movies and TV Specials

December 8, 2015

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If the stable teaches us anything it's that you can't always judge a Christmas classic by its humble beginning.

If the stable teaches us anything it’s that you can’t always judge a Christmas classic by its humble beginning.

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Joseph Fiennes to play Eric Liddell in Chinese Sequel to Chariots of Fire, by Kat Brown

June 24, 2015

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Liddell regarded as a hero in China: Winston Churchill arranged prisoner swap for the Olympic star’s release from Japanese prison camp only to have Liddell turn it down so a pregnant inmate could gain freedom instead

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