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“Why There’s a Need for Good News” Quality: * * * * Acceptability: +4 RELEASE DATE: February 2010 AUTHOR: David Kupelian PUBLISHER: Threshold Editions/Simon & Schuster, Inc. CONTENT: (CCC, BBB) Very strong Christian, moral worldview; and, nothing objectionable. GENRE: Non-Fiction … Continue reading

Homosexuality Is Still Deadly

Homosexuality not only leads to the deadly HIV/AIDS virus, it also leads to premature aging, according to the Los Angeles Times on Feb. 5. “I have a population that, having survived this terrible illness, is now getting illnesses of old … Continue reading

Man of Steel, America’s Pop Culture Christ

The Cultural Impact of Superman and Its Spotlight on Christianity By Natalie Fertig, Staff Writer Christianity’s relationship with pop culture did not begin in the 20th century. Since medieval times, characters – both fact and fiction – have emerged to represent a … Continue reading

The Joel Osteen Hoax

Another Reason To Teach Your Family Media Wisdom By Natalie Fertig, Public Relations Editor In the age of Twitter, Facebook, and mobile devices, news can spread quicker than it can be substantiated. In most cases, news outlets are quick to … Continue reading

Christians Prefer Accuracy in Faith-Based Movies

Christians Prefer Accuracy in Faith-Based Movies By Job Garcia, Contributing Writer Religion and faith are extremely important for those who faithfully practice them. For many Christians, their faith and the Holy Scriptures are sacred and must be regarded with much … Continue reading

Banning Free Speech Until the Cows Come Home

By Robert Knight  It’s hard to think of a more dangerous threat to First Amendment freedoms than the Federal Communications Commission’s scheme a few months ago to station government “researchers” in newsrooms. It had all the makings of “1984”-style intimidation … Continue reading


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