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Meet the Christian Family Behind Free Burma Rangers



The Eubank family offers food, shelter, and medicine on the frontlines in Iraq and Burma.


‘Parasite’ Is a Dark Comedy. But Is the Joke on Us?



What the Oscar-nominated film teaches us about classism, fear, and dependence on God.


The Good Place Finds Meaning in the End



What Christians might take away from a godless but moral imagining of the afterlife (and after-afterlife).


Bryan Stevenson Wants to Liberate People from the Lie That Their Life Doesn’t Matter



The author of the book behind the new film ‘Just Mercy’ shows the church a way forward.


Netflix’s ‘Messiah’ Says the World Needs a Savior



The problem is, which one?


‘Little Women’ and the Feminist Search for Righteousness



The real story is not whether the four young women will marry, but whether they will become better people.


‘The Two Popes’ Pits Tradition Against Progress



What the new Netflix drama can teach us about the interdependency of orthodoxy and reform.


The Quiet Liturgy of Fred Rogers



‘Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood’ taught us to love—not fear—our neighbor.


The Faith Behind the Crown



Queen Elizabeth’s belief is deep and sincere, says biographer Dudley Delffs, and Netflix gets it right.


‘His Dark Materials’ Imagines a Church Without God



The new HBO take on Phillip Pullman's trilogy explores the brutality of a church’s power without the gospel.


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