When King Henry VIII broke with the Pope because he wanted to divorce his wife only his Chancellor Sir Thomas More dared defy him, thus losing his life.
Don’t miss this remarkable movie set in late 18th-century England. Click the movie title to read my entire review.
The biography of John Wesley, founder of Methodism, is told in this excellent film that shows how a cold formal faith is replaced by a warm, experiential one.
A skeptical pastor in a rural church in Victorian England runs up against the village legend that every 25 years an angel blesses one candle so that the fortunate purchaser will be granted a miracle.
Late in life famed author/theologian C.S. Lewis marries American author Jay Davidson, only to lose her a few years later to cancer. Once writing about pain from an academic viewpoint, he now understands it from the point of view of the broken-hearted living in shadowlands.
During the Napoleonic Wars, this is adventure on the high seas with Capt. Aubrey and his good friend, ship’s surgeon Stephen Maturin pursue a French ship.
“Who is watching the watchers?” is a question raised in this thriller set in England where 2 barristers, former lovers, are defending a Muslim terrorist who set off a bomb in a crowded market.