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  • by Mike Bennett
So what are you going to do Saturday night? Another DVD? Another movie? Time to think outside the block, buster!
  • by Amanda Stiver
Almost everyone enjoys seeing a movie on occasion. But how does it affect you? More importantly, how do you decide which ones to see?
  • by Gary Petty
Viewing the suffering around the globe caused by evil leaders is discouraging. Some countries are run by outright drug lords. Others are ruled by leaders who abuse their own people. Saddam Hussein has become a poster boy of the evil tyrant in the 21st century just as Hitler and Stalin were in the 20th. Why would a good God create such evil people?
  • by Janet Treadway
Have you ever felt that what you tried to do to serve others turned out to be a waste?
  • by Bill Bradford
In the wake of the New York and Washington, D.C., suicide bombings, we need to find a plain answer to this great question.
  • by Larry Greider
Young people just want to have fun. But how should we decide what kind of music to listen to and which movies to see?
  • by David Treybig
In the wake of the tragedy at Columbine High School, people naturally try to determine who is to blame in an effort to prevent future tragedies. After all, something went dreadfully wrong. At stake in the raging debate over culpability is the timeless question of individual freedoms vs. societal protection—concepts that divide entire nations.
  • by Good News
In the Star Wars series, some of the movies' heroes draw on a supernatural power called The Force, which enables them to perform feats that would normally be impossible. Did you know that a similar power really exists?
  • by Scott Ashley
Discover a surprising truth that will affect your future.