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Movies can have a powerful impact on our minds. Sex and violence escalate, while movie ratings retreat. How can a Christian choose good, family friendly movies today?
  • by Jerold Aust, John Ross Schroeder
What we see published about unfaithfulness today should alarm us. One magazine cover asked, "Is Anyone Faithful Anymore?" The drophead on the cover read, "The Death of Monogamy—and Why That's No Bad Thing." The title inside is "Yours, Unfaithfully."
  • by Darris McNeely
Hollywood continues to cash in on the end of the world. This November in the movie 2012 the world will come apart in fulfillment of an ancient prophecy.
  • 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 Larry Greider
A look back tells us clearly where today's movies are headed. Are they morphing—shape shifting—your values?
  • by Tim Groves
The Star Wars series of movies captivated millions of viewers. Some of the principles have spiritual significance. Here are some important comparisons.
  • by Jerold Aust
Modern pop culture is robbing children of their innocence while undermining their character growth by addicting them to random violence, filthy language and explicit sex. In spite of this subtle brainwashing, you can still win the war being waged against your family.
  • by Leslie Schwartz
Making a decision as simple as what movie to watch might seem trivial, but the main idea of this controversial debate is powerful. What we let into our minds determines what we will think about and dwell on, and shapes our thoughts and actions.