By September 19, 2011In last | Friday's post, I contrasted Robertson McQuilkin’s dedication to care for his wife Muriel, stricken with Alzheimer’s, to Pat Robertson’s cruel answer to a question regarding a man having an affair that if he’s going to do anything, he should divorce his wife who has Alzheimer’s.
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By September 16, 2011Pat Robertson has said something so stunning, so at odds with the Word of God and the heart of our Savior, that when I heard he had said it I thought he had been misunderstood or misrepresented. |
By September 14, 2011The challenge is to be 100 percent true to the movie and yet still develop a compelling part of a larger storyline that’s not in the movie. |
By September 12, 2011Our EPM office recently received this note, and I think it inadvertently suggests a strategy for reaching people with the gospel. |
By September 10, 2011I don’t know how many stories like this I’ve heard over the years, but I don’t think we can be too often reminded of what abortion does to women. |
By September 9, 2011Every novelist knows that movies don’t just have plots, they have themes. And in the exploration of those themes there is inevitably a message, whether or not it is carefully crafted. |
By September 7, 2011Some months ago I was contacted by Time magazine reporter Tim Newcomb, who asked me a number of questions about the Courageous movie and the novel. |
By September 5, 2011I know Zach Hunter. I met him and had dinner with him and his mom after a showing of the movie | Amazing Grace, that great movie on the life of the Christian parliamentarian William Wilberforce and his success in passing the laws to ban slavery in England.
By September 2, 2011Here is a sad and bewildering commentary that captures in one example the utter inefficiency and sometimes craziness of a government that talks about controlling spending, but never seems to actually do it even when it would appear so easy—as in JUST PULL THE PLUG! |
By August 31, 2011When I was researching Heaven, I read 150 volumes on the subject, many long out-of-print. Since the book came out I’ve read a dozen more. |