Entertainment

Engage pop culture with an eye toward holiness.

"It raises the perennial question about Christian engagement with pop culture, specifically artifacts like movies, TV shows, and music. How should Christians engage these things? While the Bible doesn’t directly answer these questions, it is sufficient to guide us into holiness, and it gives us the wisdom we need when considering whether to push play." - LifeWay

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‘Mrs. America’: How Hollywood rewrites history

“Schlafly’s elegant hairstyle and clothing were perfectly mirrored in Blanchett, according to Schlafly’s niece. 'It was very surreal to listen to Cate Blanchett.... She just did an amazing job on that front.' Unfortunately, that’s where the similarities end. 'They showed Phyllis as very cold and calculating—very calculating—like she was conniving in figuring out how she was going to get power by using people around her, and it’s so far from the truth it’s ridiculous.'" - Acton

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Joel Osteen Leans on Celebrity to Step Easter 2020 ‘up a notch’

"Pop singer Mariah Carey wanted to honor first responders, the pastor says, so she’ll sing her hit “Hero” while footage of local workers is shown. ...Rapper Kanye West, whom Osteen calls “one of a kind,” will sing with his choir from California. ...Hollywood heavyweight Tyler Perry will offer words of encouragement as well" - Church Leaders

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Review: A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

"In this past decade I have been enthralled with such films as 'The Tree of Life,' 'The Life of Pi,' 'Up,' 'Hugo,' 'War Horse' and a few others, because they...contained a spiritual quality as well as an entertainment 'wow' factor. I wholeheartedly add both 'Won't You Be My Neighbor?' and 'A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood' to that august collection." - BPNews

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