The stories we tell on the big screen long for and echo the truth

Review of The Stories We Tell by Mike Cosper Mike Cosper’s The Stories We Tell falls in the tradition of C.S. Lewis’ line of thought that Christianity is the “one truth myth.” A worship and arts pastor and admitted television addict, Cosper sets out to find the spiritual core of modern cinema, showing how all [Read More...]

According to Plan: The Bible at its most basic

An introduction to biblical theology by an expert in the field [Read more...]

Recovering the Classics

A credentialed professional scholar of literature who hasn’t forgotten how to read great books and love them [Read more...]

Interstellar rages against the dying of the light

The Space Odyssey of our generation [Read more...]

A Gift From Heaven, but Only for a Short Time

A gentle storybook tale about the fleeting nature of life. [Read more...]

The Book of Life: Brilliant artistic imagination clashes with blasé humor

Del Torro’s producing isn’t quite enough to get it over the top. [Read more...]

Where Perfection Is the Standard and Grace Is in Short Supply

Whiplash jazzes up a formulaic story. [Read more...]

What does biblical theology have to do with the life of the church?

Review of Biblical Theology in the Life of the Church by Michael Lawrence This book has been reviewed previously on Schaeffer’s Ghost here. In What Is Biblical Theology? (reviewed here) James Hamilton outlined the basics of biblical theology by giving a very brief overview of the discipline. In Biblical Theology in the Life of the Church, Michael [Read More...]

Isolation and Freedom in “Tracks”

A reckless woman treks through the Australian desert to find peace [Read more...]

An Amateur Parent Poo-Poos the idea of a “Christian Family”

The family is not just for believers [Read more...]


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