This somewhat overlooked telling of the story of Exodus is serious and beautiful for adults and kids.
The cover art for vintage pulp fiction had the virtue of acknowledging the centrality of sin even while exploiting it.
Newsweek is right: Americans are biblically illiterate. But it missed some of our biggest cultural myths about the Bible.
‘Exodus: Gods and Kings’ shows no love for its subject matter and little awareness of history to help wash it down.
Atheists need to understand and embrace the role religion has played in creating the world we live in.
Most films demonstrate how to break the commandments. What often gets overlooked are the virtues inherent in the commandments themselves.
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