Lightyear Critics Will “Die Off Like Dinosaurs,” Says Captain America
Parents are tiring of the constant indoctrination in sexual matters. They feel betrayed by the once trusted Toy Story franchise.
It’s one thing to promote the idea that dads and moms are interchangeable despite, you know, science, but it’s another to accuse anyone tired of being force-fed this whole thing of bigotry. As one reviewer put it, “Perhaps calling critics of a movie “idiots who are going to die off like the dinosaurs” wasn’t the best strategy to... Continue Reading
What Is a Woman?
Matt Walsh’s new documentary about the transgender movement and its critics.
For Christians to truly hold fast to what is good, to truly seek the good of their neighbors, then they must hate what is evil. They must hate the evil lies promoted by transgender activists. Out of love for others and love for the truth, Christians must refuse to speak the lies of transgender ideology.... Continue Reading
‘What is a Woman?’ A Review
Essentially, just as postmodernists believe anyone can have “their truth” or their own version the truth—gender theorists believe a man can become their own version of a woman.
To postmodernists, the question “what is a woman?” is just as unanswerable as the question, “what is truth?” Postmodernists, as relativists, do not believe facts matter—just as gender theorists believe biology doesn’t matter. Postmodernists believe anything can be the truth just as gender theorists believe anyone can be a woman. The Daily Wire has been my... Continue Reading
Don’t Look Up—Prophetic or Pathetic?
Hollywood is not-so-subtly preaching to us.
Don’t Look Up is a good old fashioned, modernist film—with a clear moralistic message. The trouble is that it is the wrong message. *Spoiler alert: This article contains details of the plot and ending to the movie “Don’t Look Up.” There was a time when comedians got lots of laughs mocking the religious eccentrics... Continue Reading
Cry Macho, Shake Hollywoke: At 91, Clint Eastwood is Still the Man
If Cry Macho is to be Clint’s final screen appearance, it’s a worthy swan song that will make your day.
The film’s introduction to Eastwood — bent and slow — is jolting, even though he’s been aging before our eyes for six decades. But that actually works as his character, Mike Milo, starts to rediscover his self-worth to become gradually stouter and tougher. Milo only agrees to bring back the 13-year-old son of his rancher... Continue Reading
Misunderstood, Misrepresented, Maligned, Ridiculed, and Rejected
Followers of Christ are in the best of company — Jesus himself!
Learn enough about the new Netflix movie Pray Away to stay away from its overall message. Jesus really does change people from the inside out, and no amount of distortion or propaganda ever will change that. Do you not know that the unrighteous will not inherit the kingdom of God? Do not be deceived. Neither fornicators,... Continue Reading
Netflix’s “Pray Away” Seethes with Contempt for Christianity
It’s not surprising that Netflix would seize on a false gospel to surreptitiously proffer a hit piece on Christianity
Misunderstanding and mischaracterizing the Christian life is a favorite pastime of Hollywood…Faithful Christians are consistently portrayed as buffoons while, in this particular film, the ex-ex-gays are beacons of enlightenment. Netflix’s latest original documentary, Pray Away—about the reparative therapy organization Exodus International—is yet another thinly veiled attack on Christianity by Hollywood. It’s not surprising that Netflix... Continue Reading
“Minari”: Searching for Eden in Arkansas
Lee Isaac Chung’s new film reminds us that we are “strangers and exiles on [this] earth...seeking a homeland.”
Every human is a gardener at heart, haunted by a longing for Eden, as Minari masterfully shows. Yet no earthly place we’ve settled in—or migrated from—will ever satisfy our desire for a better country, the “heavenly one” where God’s people will dwell forever with Christ (Heb. 11:16). When I first saw the trailer for Lee Isaac Chung’s Minari, I was... Continue Reading
‘Hillbilly Elegy’—A Threat to Critical Race Theory
‘Hillbilly Elegy’ is really not so much a book or movie about Appalachia and its culture, but more about the consequences of sin in any culture.
The major controversy that surrounds the book is that it contradicts the narrative of identity politics presently dominant in this country. We are told that racial injustice is only a problem with minority groups who are non-white. White men are, by definition, oppressors. That is the standard presupposition of identity politics. Because the book portrays... Continue Reading
How Could an Oxford Professor of Mathematics Think Christianity is True?
"Against the Tide: Finding God in an Age of Science," a new documentary.
In the film, Lennox doesn’t go too deeply into any one argument for the truth of Christianity. Instead, it’s more of a conversational overview of many basic arguments (the cosmological argument, fine tuning, the resurrection, etc.). How could an Oxford professor of mathematics think Christianity is true? That’s the question addressed by a new... Continue Reading
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