Truth and History in Sleepy Hollow—Who needs it?

In which the writers play fast and loose with historical accuracy, again, some more, and Ichabod Crane acquires the ridiculous cultural artifact known as the “fist bump.” [Read more...]

Tyranny and Ranching on the ‘Red River’

An unsatisfying conclusion mars an otherwise enjoyable classic western. [Read more...]

I Have Confidence in Me! (But should I?)

Renee Swope’s ‘A Confident Heart’ offers a solution to self-doubt … but is that really the problem? [Read more...]

This Week on Sleepy Hollow: Loneliness, the Local Church, & Beheadings Galore

True believers stick together. (Also: Paul Revere.) [Read more...]

Not Strange Enough: “Church Rescue” and the National Geographic Effect

National Geographic’s new niche reality show is a friendly, innocuous, late-period artifact of the shrinking Bible Belt. [Read more...]

Thor’s World is Becoming Cliche

Is the newest Thor film representative of where the Avengers franchise is going? [Read more...]

This Week on Sleepy Hollow: Forgiveness, Freemasons, and Quaker Witches

Is the key to sanctification really just forgiving yourself (Answer: No) [Read more...]

No two ways about it—One Way Love is great!

You and I may not be able to pronounce his last name, but we have a vested interest in reading Tullian Tchividjian’s book and fully absorbing its message. [Read more...]

Ender’s Game Plays by the book…or at least close enough

Lovers of the novel may be pleasantly surprised. [Read more...]

Redbox Review: ‘Warm Bodies’—A feel-good zombie flick?

This Halloween, try an indie gem that offers zombies for him, romance for her, and a little Gospel reflection for all of us. [Read more...]

‘Playing God’ puts power in its place

Andy Crouch’s new theology of power celebrates God’s good gift and criticizes those who abuse it. [Read more...]

All Is Lost: A Survival Tale Only on the Surface

A reminder of the importance of “dying well.” [Read more...]

Halloween, Horror, and the Cross

Why you should enjoy a good horror story this Halloween. [Read more...]

Redbox Review: ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ is nothing special

Joss Whedon’s latest film is a mixed bag that misses the point. [Read more...]


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