C.S. Lewis' beloved novel Prince Caspian is getting the live-action treatment at the Museum of the Bible's World Stage Theater in Washington, D.C., complete with life-size creatures, flying trees and a script true to the story.
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A "Saturday Night Live" skit told the story of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ and featured a Bible verse, leaving one former cast member to wonder if this is the first time the popular sketch comedy show has shared the "Gospel" message.
Mark Wahlberg on seeking God's guidance daily: 'I'll always have a plan and He changes that quite often'
Actor Mark Wahlberg reflects on God's guidance over his life as he gears up for the release of his latest film, "Arthur the King," a true story about an adventure racer driven by the desire for one final victory.
Kirk Cameron: Biblical command to 'turn the other cheek' doesn't mean Christians should 'tolerate tyranny'
Kirk Cameron has some thoughts on what it really means to "turn the other cheek."
Hilary Swank 'blessed' to star in faith film 'Ordinary Angels': 'We can find purpose in serving others'
For Academy Award-winning actress Hilary Swank, starring in “Ordinary Angels,” the true story about a woman who rallied her local community to save a young girl’s life, allowed her to use her platform to spread a message of hope and service at a time when it's desperately needed.
"Reacher" star Alan Ritchson reflects on how his faith saved him from suicide and why he advocated for scenes in which his character wrestles with doubting God's goodness to be included in the new faith-based film "Ordinary Angels."
Rob Reiner's 'God and Country' is a schizophrenic, partisan broadside against conservative Christians (review)
"God and Country," a new documentary produced by archliberal Rob Reiner that hit theaters last week, is a partisan broadside that deceptively conflates Christian nationalism with positions held by a large swath of conservative Christians.
Grammy Award-winning South African DJ Black Coffee is making international headlines after a video showing him responding to an altar call at a church service went viral.
Rapper Kanye West is facing backlash after he called himself "the new Jesus" in his new album "Vultures 1," which includes a song called "Carnival" that is reportedly filled with obscene language and sexual violence.