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Christianity Today at the Movies: Features

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Pop culture has given us a distorted picture of the religious separatists who founded Plymouth Colony. Historian John Turner sets the record straight.
Let incisive comedy give us “eyes to see.”
When Juwan, a man from a tiny Ethiopian village, found Jesus, he heard about taking the gospel 'to the ends of the earth.' He knew exactly where to start.
When the government blocked his Christian radio station, Chanda had to find another way to spread the good news of Jesus. His answer came on a microchip.
Following the miraculous healing of his mother, Anil seeks out the man he is convinced saved his mother.
How a film and television stuntman met the Lord in the air.
Film reviews, interviews and commentary from Christianity Today.
Disney Pixar's latest film reminds us that life is meaningful beyond achieving our goals or saving the world.
The story of Marisol and Joel Lopez, a couple who find Christ's love in the midst of field labor.
In this episode, follow Anil's journey to learn more about the man who he is convinced saved his mother.
How our senses can point the way to God's presence.
The Golden Globe nominee shows us what happens when “the Way” really isn't.
National Geographic's biopic offers a glimpse into the congregation that formed the “Queen of Soul.”
‘A Week Away' captures the look and sounds of summer camp but misses out on the beliefs beneath its catchy songs.
There's no other band quite like Luxury, the evangelical indie rockers from the '90s who journeyed through tragedy and faith to Eastern Orthodoxy.
Kristina Kuzmic, ‘the mother of all mom bloggers,' lifts others up by being hilariously transparent about her own imperfections.
Karen Swallow Prior urges Christian writers to focus on doing good work, not attracting more followers.
The show's second season challenges viewers to consider true joy over hyper-positivity.
What pop culture gets wrong about charismatic women, and what “The Eyes of Tammy Faye” gets right.