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Disney/Pixar’s Good Dinosaur did leave us wondering what exactly good means. But the Christian has a perfect standard on this.
The Principle is a documentary film in defense of an absolute geocentric model, in which the entire universe moves around the Earth.
UPtv’s Noah’s Ark remains close to the biblical text, yet the film still had its shortcomings when compared to the infallible record given to us in Genesis.
While not an overtly Christian film, Patterns of Evidence supports the historicity of Moses and the reality of the Exodus.
The tagline for the movie was, “What are you willing to believe?” The correct question should be, “Why do you willfully suppress what you already know is true?”
In Los Angeles/Hollywood, California, eleven of our “Meet the Real Noah” billboards went up this weekend.
Don’t let the movie trailers fool you.
As each new Bible-based movie is announced, Christians speculate whether this time Hollywood will get it right.
Unstoppable is the latest CamFam Studios documentary film, written by outspoken evangelical Christian and friend of Answers in Genesis, Kirk Cameron.
Should Christians support certain movies? This article uses the Noah movie as a framework to discuss the issue of attending movies with Christian themes and biblical storylines.
While the movie Son of God is not able to present all that Jesus did, its omissions distort the central purpose of Christ in coming into the world.
The Noah movie makes a mockery of the account of Noah, the Ark, and the Flood. Ray Comfort and AiG have just released Noah-themed videos that are faithful to the Bible’s account.
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