November (Web-only) 2007

The Diving Bell and the Butterfly
I Am Legend
Fear Not the Compass
Many Christians are concerned about the upcoming release of The Golden Compass
A Rustling in the Garden
Why we sometimes wish the atheists were right.
The Savages
The Chronicles of Atheism
The Chronicles of Atheism
When The Golden Compass hits theaters this month, many will be introduced to the works of Philip Pullman, a writer who detests C.S. Lewis's fantasy world.
Good News from a Bad World
Hopeful signs in American culture could precede theological shifts.
August Rush
I'm Not There
Stephen King's The Mist
Graduating from Babylon U—With Honors
Daniel's and his friends' actions weren't to protest their pagan divinity program, but to show that God was the source of their excellence.
Born to Be a Princess
Amy Adams grew up loving all of Disney's movie princesses, so it's fitting that she's playing the latest one in Enchanted. We talked with Adams and others about the film.
Love in the Time of Cholera
Margot at the Wedding
Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium
Review: Mandisa Hundley's <i>True Beauty</i>
Idol's Worshiper
Mandisa's debut album rises above her clouds.
Righteous Priorities
Not everyone who says 'Lord, Lord'—or avoids slurs—will enter the Kingdom of Heaven
What Would Jesus Buy?
With Christmas shopping right around the corner, this edgy new documentary merges "Christian" forms with an anti-consumerist message.
What I Learned from Wilberforce
With today's DVD release of Amazing Grace, one of the film's producers says the film's protagonist taught him much about how to change the world.
What Happened in 2007
As Christians mark the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church, the president of Open Doors USA gives an update.
Fred Claus
Lions for Lambs
No Country for Old Men
In Perspective: Why Grassley Investigates
If Congress rewrites the tax rules for churches, they have to know how churches operate, says Richard Hammar.
Ethical Weight Training
The author of The Year of Living Biblically talks about following biblical laws as a 'reverent agnostic.'
Angry Like God?
The Angry Christian ignores human fury's biological essence.
Episcopal Bishops in Pa. Suspended, Warned
Philadelphia's liberal bishop accused of protecting abuser; Pittsburgh's conservative bishop warned against abandonment as diocese changes constitution.
Senate Committee Investigating Six Major Ministries
Sen. Grassley probes "possible misuse of donations" to Benny Hinn, Joyce Meyer, and others.
Group Wants to Add Pimping to Anti-Trafficking Bill
But some say not all prostitutes are victims.
The Communion of the Saints
Acknowledging those who have run the race before us.
HIV/AIDS: S.L.O.W. It Down, or S.T.O.P. It?
Saddleback's Kay Warren offers a dual framework for fighting the virus.
American Gangster
Bee Movie
Darfur Now
Martian Child
The Joshua Tree (20th Anniversary)

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