Well, Hollywood is totally onboard with these trends, and with that in mind, we have plenty to look forward to. Just check out these coming attractions!
Amazing Video: Nine Year-Old Girl Stuns Crowd on Holland’s Got Talent
Bill Maher’s Blasphemy, Idiotic View of Biblical Theology and Bad Math
Sorbo: Morals are Falling but Biblical Films on Rise
Cometh the Flood: Hollywood’s ‘Noah’ Drifts Toward its Target Audience
Video: Duck Dynasty Stars’ Big Screen Debut in ‘God’s Not Dead’
Video: U.S. Marine’s Surprise Visit Reduces Brother to Tears
‘ARROGANT & XENOPHOBIC’: Losers Whine About Pro-American Cadillac Ad on Hard Work
Video: Obama Misspells R-E-S-P-E-C-T During Speech
Video: Homeless Man Receives a ‘Winning’ Lottery Ticket – Have Some Tissues Ready
Video: 8-Year-Old Gives Soldier a Gift He’ll Never Forget
(Video) Heart-Melter: Troubled Pre-Teen Turns Drill Instructor to Mush
What the ‘Son of God’ Movie Is (and Isn’t)
Oscar Winning Producer of The Godfather Returns to Present Political Thriller at CPAC
Payback? The FBI Indictments of Dinesh D’Souza
(Video) ‘Working 9 to 5′ Parody: Obamacare Remix
True Courage in the NFL: An Open Letter to the President, the Commissioner and the Rainbow Choir
Video: Death Threats Against Christian Rapper for Response to Macklemore’s ‘Same Love’
The ‘Gays’ of Our Lives
Video: Jon Stewart Slams Obama & Democrats for Serial Corruption
The ‘Strikes’ Against Performance-Enhancing Drugs in Professional Sports
Sid Caesar Dead at 91 (Video)
Disney is producing a reboot of their award-winning cartoon from the late 1980s: ‘Duck Tales’! My favorite episode of “Duck Tales” was called ‘Nothing to Fear.’
So the big movie this summer, so far, is Dunkirk–the story of how almost 400,000 defeated Allied soldiers were evacuated from beaches on the English Channel, by small boats, yachts, fishing boats, and every other kind of vessel.
The new epic war film Dunkirk is doing quite well in the cinemas. I just went to see it, and it is well worth going to. It celebrates and commemorates…
Christopher Nolan’s epic film “Dunkirk” tells the amazing story of the rescue of the British Army in WWII. Today on BreakPoint, Chuck Colson tells the story behind the story. Stay tuned.
“Pastor’s who sell their books are only in it for the money,” said one disgruntled blogger. He added, “Why do they always have to mention their ‘new’ book?”
Al Gore is an environmental alarmist making megamillions from his cause. The Climate Control Caped Crusader’s latest offering is a sequel to his famous film, “An Inconvenient Truth.”
If I were to write about, or even just list, everything we did when we were kids ‘way back, this would be a thick book, not a blog post
There is a new chapter in the salvation story of Hollywood icon Steve McQueen, and CBN News has an exclusive first look. Pastor Leonard DeWitt is the man who led “the king of cool” to Christ
LGBT activists don’t want anybody who has unwanted same sex attraction to have the choice to leave their plantation they deceptively like to call “gay.”
America was very far from perfect in the early 1960s. In much of the nation segregation was the law of the land and women certainly had far less opportunities.
Levin writes that “natural law provides a moral compass or order—justice, virtue, truth, prudence, etc.—a fundamental, universal, everlasting harmony of mores that transcend human law.”
I was curious to see Wonder Woman. For better or worse, we are living in an era the creator of that comic book heroine, William Marston, would have viewed with satisfaction.
PBS president and CEO, Paula Kerger, offered up a thinly-veiled threat to members of Congress reminding them, “PBS has strong support among Democrats and Republicans…”
Actor Johnny Depp told a crowd at the Glastonbury Festival in England that it’s time for an actor to assassinate President Donald Trump.
Under the banner of ‘Love Bonnaroo,’ Christians came together from churches and ministries to engage in intercession, worship, and creative evangelism.
The country of Lebanon has officially banned Diana Prince, aka Wonder Woman, from their country not because she is the daughter of Zeus, but because she is a daughter of Zion!
As the warm light of the sun stretches lazily out over our summer days, infusing the early mornings with dew-bright resplendence and filling evenings with a languid glow, a single giddy thought can’t help but enthuse America: more time for reading outside!
This week it’s a quarter-century since TV legend, the inimitable Johnny Carson, stepped aside as host of the iconic Tonight Show.
Journalists accompanied him, lauding his words, saying, “Glory to the Lightworker, glory to the one who takes away the troubles of the world.”
A BarbWire Exclusive Fiction Short Story Series…Here is the tenth and final serial installment of the middle grade (ages 8-12) story, The Stought Brothers: “The Mystery at the Market.”
A BarbWire Exclusive Fiction Short Story Series…Here is the ninth serial installment of the middle grade (ages 8-12) story, The Stought Brothers: “The Mystery at the Market.”
There’s no other way to say it. It’s time you come out of hiding, do what you know is right, whatever the cost — even if YOU are the Last Man Standing.
Why does Israel matter? And does Israel and do the Jewish people have claim to Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and to the land itself?
I have written Homosexual Agenda and the US Military to be used as a field manual for US service members, military chaplains, and anyone that cares about the Gospel and religious liberty.
The Stought Brothers: ‘The Mystery at the Market’ is a serialized short story for middle grade readers (ages 8-12). Published weekly at BarbWire.
He’s been called the Man of Steel. His ethos could be a conservative credo. “And who disguised as Clark Kent, mild-mannered reporter for a great metropolitan newspaper, fights a never-ending battle for truth, justice and the American way.”
The Stought Brothers: ‘The Mystery at the Market’ is a serialized short story for middle grade readers (ages 8-12). Read it weekly at BarbWire.
This week on ‘Why Israel Matters’ you won’t want to miss the episode called “Undercover,” A peek into a unique place in the heart of Jerusalem.
A kiss cost Bill O’Reilly $1.6 mllion — did he deserve getting canned or was he framed?