The history of the positive & negative relationships between Hollywood & Christians & the rise of specifically Christian filmmakers.
Excellent, thought-provoking film! To read my full review, click on the headline.
Somehow this series sneaked up on me—would have missed it but for an announcement about it in our Sunday newspaper. This is the second time this year that CBS tackles the tricky subject of religion. You might recall my enthusiasm for the few episodes of Living Biblically, which I reviewed in the February issue this …
JOB Far shorter than The Prophet Job, the Australian film that uses the texts of Job as its script, preacher/poet John Piper’s film captures the essence of the Biblical book in his poem that features some delightful rhymes. He transforms the original into a Christian book by dividing it into four parts, each of which …
When God appears as an old man to assistant produce manager Jerry, no one believes him, he winds up in a court trial at which God is the his star witness.
A grieving father is lured back to the mountain shack where his daughter was killed, surprised that the Trinitarian God is there to bring him back to faith & life.
When a disgruntled TV reporter gets angry with God because of his troubles, chaos results when God gives him charge of things for a period.
It’s time for a new generation to discover this comedy classic with George Burns as God showing up to reassure a very anxious humanity. Click the image to read my entire faith-and-film review.
The basic plot of the Bible’s Job, undeserved suffering, becomes the story of modern day Professor Larry Gopnik , beset by health, school, & family problems.
Set in Provence, France, Woody Allen’s film explores the possibility of the supernatural when a stage magician is asked to prove a lovely medium is a fake.