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Kevin Sorbo on playing John Calvin in "Let the Lion Roar," plans for a "God's Not Dead" sequel and his support of the "Gosnell" movie
Here’s today’s dispatch from the crossroads of faith, media and culture. Tackling Christianity's history of anti-Semitism. Kevin Sorbo plays the role of French theologian John Calvin in Let the Lion Roar , a new docudrama that takes on the unfortunate history of anti-Semitism among some of Christianity's greatest thinkers. The film purports to shine a light on a centuries-old conspirac ...
Back in the 1960s - 19870s there was this "youth revolution". Young people were questioning authority, rejecting authority...many of these youth we labeled, "hippies". They threw over the conventional and traditional to come up with their own "relative" truth. I suppose each generation has their own form of the same transition into adulthood. But this particular one altered our culture. It wasn't ...
This last week on Facebook was one of general fear, anxiety, panic and despair, not so much because everyone was in and out of relationships, or because Lucky Slots wasn't doing well, but because too many Christians are preparing for the imminent invasion of the United States by hostile forces. Sometimes, as Christians, our responses and reactions look too much like that of the world. The Is ...
"Mayberry" meets "Friends" at UP's "Coffee Shop" + For Producer/Director Dave Alan Johnson "heart" beats "edge"
Here’s today’s dispatch from the crossroads of faith, media and culture. Coffee Shop is a warm, tasty blend of humor and romance. The film airs this Sunday (/9/14) @ 8:00 PM (ET) on UP TV. Synopsis (per UP): Coffee Shop is the story of Donavan Turner (Laura Vandervoort), a smart, independent, twenty-something woman looking for just the right blend of happiness in her life. ...
We have two sets of friends that we have always wanted to put together in the same room: Set A is classic U.S.A. Republican party, and they worship George W. Bush. The world ended on the day he left the White House, and if they believed in saints, George would be greater than Peter. Most of the world consists of ordinary people, who have more in common with one another than we have differen ...
Here’s today’s dispatch from the crossroads of faith, media and culture. Summer Snow on UP TV tomorrow night (8/17) @ 8:00 PM (ET) Synopsis: 8-year old Hallie Benson (Rachel Eggleston) has a heart that's bigger than she is. She's always thinking of creative and unconventional ways to help those around her. Whether it’s baking cookies for cranky neighbors or selling toothbrushes ...
Here’s today’s dispatch from the crossroads of faith, media and culture. At the movies: Persecuted The faith-themed political thriller opens nationwide today (7/18) . Synopsis: Nationally acclaimed evangelist John Luther is the last obstacle in the way of sweeping religious reform in the States. When a U.S. Senator orders Luther abducted and framed for the murder of an innocent t ...
Or, are you celebratory of the decision? In any event, people often inquire what can one person do about such large matters? I offer a sixty word summary first and then in 1051 words I explore more deeply. My perspective is one of chagrin at the Constitutional compromise that the decision represents. Perhaps your view is different. In any case, these suggestions may apply to any viewpoint. Si ...
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