Hard-Fi, Stars of CCTV (2005) BY: Raymond Blanton This little affluent band of eclectic rock from Staines, a borough of Surrey in South-East England, is now a chart topping and fresh flavor in the musical world.
Rock Kills Kid, Are You Nervous? (2006) BY: Raymond Blanton Rock Kills Kid are a living homage of sound to the great bands and music of the mid to late ‘70's to mid ‘80's. From The Cure, Wire, Joy Division, Depeche Mode and U2 to more modern comrades in post-punk rock.
Da Vinci Code (Dan Brown, 2003) BY: David W. Chapman While Da Vinci Code author Dan Brown's revisionist representation of Christianity has immense theological consequences, it also makes historical claims that fail to provide a reasonable reconstruction of church history.
New Kind of Christian: Review One of Three BY: Ann Coble When Christians read Brian McLaren’s book "A New Kind of Christian," they either they recoil because he is challenging the core of the Christian faith, or they feel great relief that someone has finally seen Christianity in this new way.
New Kind of Christian: Review Two of Three BY: Keith Winkle Is postmodernism a frame of reference which can lead to a better understanding and practice of one’s faith, or is it a contaminating influence which obscures the reality of God and his truth?
New Kind of Christian: Review Three of Three BY: William Edgar A Review of Two Books by Brian McLaren—"A New Kind of Christian: A Tale of Two Friends on a Spiritual Journey" - and - "The Story We Find Ourselves In: Further Adventures of a New Kind of Christian"
Meet Joe Black (Martin Brest, 1998)
Ponette (Jacques Doillon, 1996)
What Dreams May Come (Vincent Ward, 1998) BY: Denis Haack Death is a recurring theme in art and culture, which is hardly surprising since it is one of the great certainties of life in this sad and fallen world.
The Fabric of Faithfulness: Weaving Together Belief and Behavior During the University Years BY: Denis Haack Steven Garber is gifted in making people think, in asking probing questions that require you to reflect deeply on your convictions and life.
I love my neighbor as myself but only because I don’t much care for myself.
- Garrison Keillor
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