Russell D. Moore
The reviews were right.
As one who grew up right across the state line from New Orleans and spent most of my young life romping through its streets and marshes, I took my family to see Disney’s latest animated film “The Princess and the Frog,” set in the Crescent City and the bayous around it.
The Christians here have explained that if the boys do not collect enough money, they are not fed and beaten—sometimes worse. What should I do?
Just reading that in the type in front of you probably has some of you angry. Let me help you see why that is ...
Sesame Street was effective because the program didn’t just contextualize to the present; it contextualized to the future.
Some Christians are all exercised about the fact that the movie might be too frightening for children. They’re wrong.