The Top 20 Films of 2014

1. The Immigrant The grace of God at work in the lives of the oppressed and the oppressor. Marion Cotillard is an immigrant and Joaquin Phoenix the man who takes advantage of her. But there are larger forces at work. Director James Gray’s most beautiful film is about a woman whose faith is tested but [Read More...]

A Gift From Heaven, but Only for a Short Time

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

Where Perfection Is the Standard and Grace Is in Short Supply

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

E-Team an On-the-Ground Encounter With Noble Intentions

Human Rights Watch takes on tyrants. Is there any room to disagree? [Read more...]

Memorable Truths Mark AFI DOCS Opener

Most film-fest opening night selections disappoint. Not this one. [Read more...]

Ida Packs Guilt, Pain and Faith Into 80 Minutes

What, exactly, is the Christian life? [Read more...]

Looking Into the Abyss, and Finding a Way Toward Hope

A decidedly non-Reformed look at faith finds sympathy from a Reformed reader. [Read more...]

Best Audiobooks 2013

A year of reading with the ears. [Read more...]

Like Father, Like Son a Valentine’s Day Gift for Film Lovers

A beautiful lesson in love. [Read more...]

The 20 Best Films of 2013

In a remarkable year of great films, these 20 titles stood above the rest. [Read more...]


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