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Actor Rainn Wilson calls out anti-Christian bias in Hollywood. In the photo, he attends the premiere for "Blackbird" on day two of the Toronto International Film Festival on Sept. 6, 2019, in Toronto.

Rainn Wilson calls out “anti-Christian bias in Hollywood” following “The Last of Us”

Harry Shum Jr., from back left, Jenny Slate, Tallie Medel, Ke Huy Quan, Stephanie Hsu, Michelle Yeoh, Brian Le, Andy Le, from front left, James Hong, and Jamie Lee Curtis pose with the award for outstanding performance by a cast in a motion pictures for "Everything Everywhere All at Once," in the press room at the 29th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday, Feb. 26, 2023, at the Fairmont Century Plaza in Los Angeles. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP). The film is a 2023 Oscar Best Picture nominee.

And the Oscar goes to . . . A guide to the 2023 Best Picture nominees (Part 2)

FILE - Tom Cruise poses for the media during the 'Top Gun Maverick' UK premiere at a central London cinema, on Thursday, May 19, 2022.. (AP Photo/Alberto Pezzali). Maverick is a 2023 Oscar Best Picture nominee.

And the Oscar goes to . . . A guide to the 2023 Best Picture nominees (Part 1)

Racial unity. Profile head silhouette of African American man intersecting into another Caucasian man.

In “Beyond Racial Division,” Dr. George Yancey argues that colorblindness and antiracism aren’t helpful: How do we heal racial division?

In Jesus Revolution, Kelsey Grammer playing Chuck Smith sits across from Jonathan Roumie playing the "Jesus freak" Lonnie Frisbee. Photo credit, Dan Anderson.

 “Jesus Revolution” entertains with the moving true story of the origins of the “Jesus freaks”

Sam Smith performs "Unholy" at the 65th annual Grammy Awards, dressed in red, wearing a top hat with horns.

Sam Smith and Kim Petras’ performance of “Unholy” at the 2023 Grammys was satanic, but was it devil worship?

James Cameron stands in front of an Avatar: The way of water banner

“Avatar: The Way of Water” is beautiful and inspires our God-given imagination

Kate Hudson, from left, Rian Johnson and Janelle Monae pose for photographers upon arrival for the photo call of the movie 'Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery' in London, Saturday, Dec. 17, 2022. (Photo by Scott Garfitt/Invision/AP)

“Glass Onion,” Netflix’s new murder mystery, hides biblical truth in plain sight

Happy parents and daughter all laughing together © By Nattakorn /stock.adobe.com | A stock photo for a book review of Habits of the Household

How to parent with grace-filled habits: “Habits of the Household” calls parents to everyday spiritual modeling

Light shines upon the Abraham Lincoln memorial statue against a black background.

Jon Meacham illuminates Abraham Lincoln’s faith in “And There Was Light”

Skull, Bible, candle, and butterfly on a table

Deconstructing your faith? Feeling deeply hurt by the church? Read “Death to Deconstruction” by Joshua S. Porter

The first Thanksgiving wasn’t what you imagine, but its lessons endure

Unrecognizable sick woman lying in hospital bed.

What is the “death movement”? Nancy R. Pearcey defends a biblical view of the body in Love Thy Body

Woman brings neighbor food

Family dog-walks with a meth dealer : A book review of “The Gospel Comes With a House Key”

A young man in a straw hat wears a backpack while looking at a busy marketplace in Thailand. © twinsterphoto

Short term missions in light of the Great Commission: An excerpt from “Is the Commission Still Great?” by Steve Richardson

A man stretches his hand out toward the camera, waiting for a handshake. © Prostock-studio/stock.adobe.com

How the church can solve “touch-starvation”: An excerpt from “Digital Church in a Lonely World” by Benjamin Windle

Demi Lovato performs during the 2021 Global Citizen Live event, Saturday, Sept. 25, 2021, at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles. The 24-hour live event took place on six continents and featured recording artists and celebrities raising awareness around poverty, climate change and the need for more access to COVID-19 vaccine doses worldwide. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)

Demi Lovato’s latest album reveals her “burned view” of the church

An open hymnbook sits atop a piano. © Don R. Cline /stock.adobe.com

Why we need to sing great hymns

A multicultural group of three senior adult men laugh with each other. © LIGHTFIELD STUDIOS /stock.adobe.com

In his latest book, Gary Chapman believes we can change the world one friendship at a time

Aubrey Plaza poses for a portrait to promote "Little Demon" on day two of Comic-Con International on Friday, July 22, 2022, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)

Disney’s FXX Network airs new animated series “Little Demon”

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The fruit of the Spirit and the works of the flesh: An excerpt from “Fruitful Theology” by Ronni Kurtz

A man prays at sunset atop a high mountain. © EVERST /stock.adobe.com

Corporate Prayer: The Blessing of Coming Together: An excerpt from “Going Higher with God in Prayer” by A. W. Tozer

Famous ruins of the Roman Forum in Rome, Italy, during sunrise. © twindesigner /stock.adobe.com

In “The Air We Breathe,” Glen Scrivener reveals how deeply Christianity has influenced Western culture

A silver studio microphone on a white background

When “celebrity is a feature, not a bug”: An excerpt from “Celebrities for Jesus” by Katelyn Beaty

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