Reviews

Review: Holy Ghost

“Holy Spirit, I want you to touch my friend. Show him that you are really real and break him free from all the haunting spirits that have been assigned to his life.”

Movie Review: When The Game Stands Tall

If you’ve ever seen a religious sports movie, then chances are you’ve already seen 70% of the newest football movie on the block, When The Game Stands Tall.

Book Review: A Gap Year Volunteering

Jason Birkenstock’s debut work, A Gap Year Volunteering: The College Student’s Guide, is the book I wished I had when I was planning my travels abroad. 

Film Review: The Giver

Melancholy, cheap, and disappointing, my experience watching “The Giver” was nothing like I expected.

Book Review: God and the Gay Christian

Once, I saw two protest groups while I was at a stoplight. On the right side, there were signs that said: God Hates Fags, God Hates You, Homosexuals are Demons, Read Leviticus 20:13.

A Review of The Record Keeper

While distribution of The Record Keeper remains suspended by the General Conference, supporters joined members of the cast and crew for a screening of the web series in Portland on July 13.

Book Review: The Bible, Rocks and Time: Geological Evidence for the Age of the Earth

The Bible, Rocks and Time: Geological Evidence for the Age of the Earth by Davis A. Young & Ralph F. Stearley. InterVarsity Press. pp. 510. 2008. $22.50

The Spiritual Brain: A Scientific Examination of Religious Beliefs

In a provocatively titled book, Did Man Create God? David Comings, a physician with fellowships in neuroscience and genetics, offers up an underlying thesis that humans have in fact created God.

National Unity Under God: Ben Carson’s Manifesto

Review of One Nation: What We Can All Do to Save America’s Future, by Ben Carson, MD with Candy Carson. New York: Sentinel, a member of Penguin Group (USA), 2014.

Review: Noah

From the moment I saw the trailer for Noah, I was immediately interested in seeing the movie.  I know movie trailers can be misleading, but this one appeared to be right on track. “How else could they change such a simple, straightforward story?” I mused. I thought that even with the occasional artistic license, Noah could offer enough interest for a believer like me.





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