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‘The Principle’ and the significance of life

The Principal

A documentary titled “The Principle” has inflamed the scientific community as it ultimately sides with the Christian worldview that in the beginning, God created all. Yay for us. But there could be a problem. In the words of Rick Delano, …

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Fanny Crosby’s lost lyrics now expanding her legacy

Fanny Crosby

Fanny Crosby’s hymns have impacted lives for Christ worldwide for generations, but until recently 2,700 of them were overlooked in an archive, unsung and unpublished. Now on the album “Blessed Assurance: The New Hymns of Fanny Crosby,” some of those …

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‘Son of Saul’ unflinchingly portrays Holocaust horrors

Son of Saul

For decades, dramas such as “Schindler’s List,” “Life Is Beautiful” and “The Boy in the Striped Pajamas” have taken audiences behind the barbed wire fences of Nazi concentration camps, where 11 million people were executed during the Holocaust. But “Son of …

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VeggieTales creator releases new project

VeggieTales

After a 10-year hiatus from filmmaking, VeggieTales creator Paul Vischer has released “Galaxy Buck,” a new storytelling video series. The project includes familiar characters from Vischer’s best-selling series “Buck Denver Asks … What’s in the Bible?” In “Galaxy Buck” Vischer …

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‘Woodlawn’ opens in top 10 at box office

Woodlawn

The faith-based drama “Woodlawn,” promoted as a potential catalyst for revival and spiritual awakening, opened in the top 10 at theaters Oct. 16-18, Box Office Mojo reported. Woodlawn opened in the eighth spot Oct. 16, earning $1.485 million in 1,553 …

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