This family film underscores a type of love that doesn’t die after stepping aside. Instead, mundane mystery that it is, friendship becomes fulfilled and glorified when it makes way for life.
Maybe marriage and childrearing are overemphasized in some communities. But that’s a rarity compared with our real idol: consumerist travel and lifestyle experiences, at the expense of love and self-sacrifice.
‘Jurassic Park’ has spun off a succession of sequels, and by most lights, none of them are very good.
That the film paints Malthusian calculus in such an unflattering light just as a wave of editorials are confessing the unrealized horrors of population panic is one heck of a coincidence.
The fact that states haven’t yet deployed the National Guard into classrooms shows that no one treats public schools in the same way many treat homeschooling.
‘The Last Jedi’ may be best summed up as a cinematic act of demolition. Disney has declared war on the past, on teachers, and on the idea of extraordinary heroes.
Forget words like ‘Faith,’ ‘Bible,’ ‘Church,’ or—heaven forbid—the name of your denomination, say consultants. Go with a name you can market.
It’s still August. It’s not time for school books, sweaters, or cinnamon. So put those candles back in the closet and put your swimsuit back on.
No one belts out ‘I will always love you!’ anymore. Instead, they’re ‘In the bed all day, bed all day, bed all day,’ and no, Zayn Malik is not sleeping.
By deferring kids for ‘fur-babies,’ the dog-boomer generation is missing out on the real joys of parenthood and pets.
If this movie is what its title implies, then Luke might just as well have gotten a job selling power converters at Tosche Station.
Jesus has invited us to his birthday celebration, but many are staying home and opening their presents, instead.
Americans talking about theology sound about as competent as country singers rapping.
Time magazine thinks it’s surprising when women have babies.
Environmentalists who’ve made and discarded a dozen other doomsday predictions warn us that having children will lead to Armageddon, when it’s more likely the opposite is true.
Neil deGrasse Tyson says we need a new country called Rationalia. Based on whose rationality?
Christianity obviously doesn’t mean what you think it means. So stop making yourself out to be televangelists.
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