A theologian who frequently reviews biblically-themed and Christian films believes that the sequel to the surprise hit "God's Not Dead" is realistic but probably not for skeptics.
Professor Darrell Bock, executive director for Cultural Engagement at DTS' Hendricks Center, is part of a panel discussing current Christian films at Proclaim 16, the NRB International Christian Media Convention.
In comments given to The Christian Post, Bock said that "God's Not Dead 2: He's Surely Alive" deals with "quite real" issues in its plot and is very "direct" in its message. more >>
Museums often have works of art that challenge your perceptions, enrich your cultural life, or educate you on past eras. One museum however has an artwork that will blow your mind.
The Birmingham Art Gallery has displayed a piece of 3D art that is known officially as the "Superduperperspective."
Why such a crazy name? Because the art work is very crazy. The piece features a series of smaller paintings that, as a person walks by it, seems to change in shape and form. more >>
If you have ever wondered why Jesus said that one had to come to the Kingdom of Heaven as a little child, maybe this video offers an explanation.
In a social experiment conducted by Meir Kay, children were offered a dollar bill and given the option to spend it on ice cream or a nearby beggar.
One can see the kids thinking about it, weighing the options, with most going towards the homeless man to give it to him instead. more >>
Just when you thought it was safe to go back into the air, one video will have you thinking twice about an aerial tour of Hawaii.
Last week at Pearl Harbor a helicopter suddenly failed its passengers and crashed landed into the waters below, with one witnesses filming the quick descent.
One can hear the sightseers on land, those who were seeing the USS Arizona Memorial along with those in the chopper, reacting in a horrified manner. more >>
Recently resurfaced video from 1992 showed Vice President Joe Biden saying that he opposes all presidential nominees to the U.S. Supreme Court during an election year. Democrats dismissed the quotes as insignificant and taken out of context.
Since the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia on Feb. 13, debate has occurred over whether or not President Barack Obama should nominate someone to replace him or if the decision should be delayed until after the presidential election.
Earlier this week, C-SPAN released a video from 1992 when then-Senator Biden seemed to declare that a president should not get to appoint Supreme Court justices during an election year. more >>
A prominent Muslim-American organization challenged Republican frontrunner and billionaire real estate mogul Donald Trump to a debate in response to his anti-Muslim comments.
The Muslim Public Affairs Council released a statement Saturday challenging Trump to a debate on issues pertaining to faith, community, and his negative comments about Muslims.
"Ever since you announced your run for Presidency of the United States, you have scapegoated the American Muslim community and other minority groups for all your perceived ills of America," stated their letter to Trump. more >>