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Why Evangelicals Won’t See “Noah.” And Why They Should.

Let’s not go all Chick-fil-A this time around. Let’s offer an olive branch to Hollywood instead.

‘How can a Muslim write about Jesus?’ The controversy over Reza Aslan’s ‘Zealot’

“You’re a Muslim, so why did you write a book about the founder of Christianity?” is the beginning question in … Continued

Hope after Russia’s adoption ban: Adopting justice

DMITRY LOVETSKY ASSOCIATED PRESS Children look on in the Republican Hospital for Infectious Diseases, which specializes in treating HIV-positive children … Continued

Kathie Lee Gifford’s musical is a labor of love that brings light to a dark world

AP This theater image released by The Publicity Office shows Edward Watts, left, and Carolee Carmello during a performance of … Continued

Palm Sunday lessons from an unlikely Pontius Pilate

The story of the trial, crucifixion and death of Jesus of Nazareth, which is recited, sung and often acted out … Continued

Tim Tebow and the second coming

There are a lot of fans out there who believe that Tim Tebow may be the Second Coming of Jesus … Continued

Robert Downey Jr.: Forgive Mel Gibson

Chris Pizzello AP Actor Robert Downey Jr., left, accepts the 25th American Cinematheque Award from presenter Mel Gibson during a … Continued

Pope Benedict XVI, Julian Assange, and John Galliano’s Jewish news

When Pope Benedict, WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange and designer John Galliano are all on the front page at the same time, … Continued

Pope Benedict XVI, Julian Assange, and John Galliano’s Jewish news

When Pope Benedict, WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange and designer John Galliano are all on the front page at the same time, … Continued

Charlie Sheen rant: More anti-Semitism in Hollywood

Charlie Sheen and Chuck Lorre, executive producer of Two and a Half Men, are shown on a press tour in … Continued

Mel Gibson: Religion and the troubled artist

The week’s most lurid headlines hide an interesting question: Is a creator of religious art obligated to maintain the religion’s … Continued

America’s secular saboteurs

By Bill DonohuePresident, Catholic League There are many ways cultural nihilists are busy trying to sabotage America these days: multiculturalism … Continued

Why the Faithful Approve of Torture

The more often you go to church, the more you approve of torture. This is a troubling finding of a … Continued

Satan’s Compulsive Evil, God’s Attractive Good

DOES SATAN EXIST? Where do you see the devil (literally or metaphorically) at work in today’s headlines? 1…..A looming, stalking … Continued

God’s Will and the Weather

Not too long ago, a spokesperson for the Evangelical Focus on the Family made an online appeal asking Christians to … Continued

Jesus of Siberia

This past July, Kevin Sullivan, the Washington Post London correspondent, went to Siberia, 2,000 miles from Moscow, to interview a … Continued

Why Halloween is No Fun Anymore

Halloween is no fun for me anymore. I just can’t bring myself to make fun of ghosts and goblins and … Continued

Religious Bureaucrats Are To Religion As Military Music Is To Music

Last week, Pope Benedict managed to aggravate both Jews and Protestants–the former by encouraging a form of the mass that, … Continued

Mass Media Mayhem: Who’s Wearing the Black Hats?

As we in the United States try to move away from enemy stereotyping in religion toward pluralism and tolerance, we … Continued

Who is an anti-Semite?

First, the formalities: Yes, of course, you can be critical of Israel and not be anti-Semitic or a bad Jew. … Continued