Chicago Screening of Collision

There’s a new movie out called Collision which documents a series of debates on the topic: Is Christianity Good for the World? It features Christopher Hitchens, author of God is Not Great, and evangelical theologian Doug Wilson. On Thursday, November 19th, I will be co-sponsoring a screening of that movie along with The Painted Door, [Read More...]

Interesting Character Choice for Paul Bettany

Paul Bettany, the man who portrays Charles Darwin in Creation, is set to play archangel Michael in the 2010 movie Legion. His character is described as someone “who voluntarily falls to Earth to save the savior of mankind.” So much for typecasting [Read more...]

The Simpsons vs. Bill Donohue

In case you missed The Simpsons this weekend, they aired their annual Halloween episode: “Treehouse of Horrors XX.” One of the shorts was “Don’t Have a Cow, Mankind,” and it deals with a zombie-creating burger that infects all who eat it. Bart eats a burger and manages to stay safe, though, so he is referred [Read More...]

Another Reason Not to Shop at Walmart

Christian video games are bad enough as it is. So often, they’re low-quality versions of real entertainment. (Remember Guitar Praise and Dance Praise 2 — The ReMix?) But if you’re trying to sell the Jesus kitsch, you might as well go where your customers are: Walmart. More specifically, Walmarts in Texas. That’s where Left Behind [Read More...]

Parents Television Council Goes After “Two and a Half Men”

I don’t know how much truth there is to this story (It comes from OneNewsNow, so take it with a grain of salt): In January, a study conducted by the Parents Television Council (PTC) found 94 advertisers for the CBS show Two and a Half Men. According to the PTC, the show features countless jokes [Read More...]