Easter is a time for remembrance, and films about martyrdom tell the greatest story ever told in a dynamic way.
While the potential dangers should not be overlooked, escapism actually has much to offer Christians.
American Christianity now resembles franchise filmmaking: a safe derivate of daring original stories.
Stories can be powerful, and, thus, storytellers are powerful. Regardless of whether we like these creators’ opinions, they have influence. Here are three ways in which I hope the 92nd Academy Awards influences us for good.
Death is a reality; but as Christians we also know the reality that Jesus conquered death on the cross and made a way for us to be free from death’s sting.
With The Irishman, Martin Scorsese shows Christians how hollow lives built upon moral compromise deteriorate.
Most blockbuster films entertain us, but they rarely change us. They satisfy our inner desires but rarely add to, question, or challenge those desires. They uplift us but rarely disorient us. They stir the emotions we want but not always the emotions…
We live in an outrage culture. An ordinary person can hardly keep up with what they should be boycotting or angry about on any given day. Fortunately, there is never a shortage of people on Twitter to keep us informed! Equally true…
We shake our heads at a mad world today yet struggle to shake hands with a stranger who could go mad tomorrow. This begs the question: Who paints on a happy face to mask their sadness on Sundays?
If you’ve been following pop-culture of late, you’ve probably noticed that “the Jesus thing” is on the comeback trail. Brad Pitt recently shared about his own complicated spiritual journey during an interview, and Justin Bieber made waves on Instagram about how a…