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April 03, 2014
Review: Loma Linda's Life on the...
Loma Linda's new national TV show, Life on the Line, premieres on PBS tomorrow. Find your channel here. Tompaul Wheeler reviews the pilot episode for...
March 31, 2014
Film Review: Lessons from Divergent
I just watched the newly-released Hollywood film Divergent, a futuristic dystopia that has been compared to The Hunger Games.
August 30, 2011
What Adventists Can Learn From the...
Every denomination should be so lucky to have the directors of the television show South Park write a play about them. The cleanest cut audience I...
September 24, 2008
Movie Classics - The Mission
On January 13, 1750 the kings of Spain and Portugal signed the Treaty of Madrid, which redrew the lines of control between the two countries’ South...
July 09, 2008
Wall-E: A Movie With a Full Heart, or A...
I went to see Wall-E, the new film from the animation powerhouse, Pixar, not because I like animated films (although I usually do) and not because I...
May 12, 2008
Filmmaker Martin Doblmeier Talks About...
Documentary filmmaker Martin Doblmeier made a film last year called The Power of Forgiveness that won critical acclaim - and got people talking. The...
December 20, 2007
Adventism According to Gilmore Girls: A...
Not since Archie Bunker first introduced Seventh-day Adventists to American television viewers in the mid-seventies with his memorable line “Raise...
June 19, 2006
Art: PBS Series, "Art in the 21st...
How does contemporary art address the idea of spirituality? In the first season of the PBS series, "Art in the 21st Century," one program was...
Spain Adventist Forum: "The Year...
Adventist Woman of the Year Drene...
Parallel Universes: Ellen and Robbie
How We Relate to Power Is Our Witness
Follow the Leader?
When “Time Makes Ancient Good Uncouth”
Volume 51, Issue 2
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