Film

Hallmark backtracks on its censorship of Unplanned

"After Hallmark scrubbed all mentions of the pro-life film Unplanned from a recent broadcast, pro-life advocates grew outraged. The star of Unplanned, Ashley Bratcher, first revealed that all references to the film had been removed from Hallmark's broadcast of the Movieguide Awards, even though Unplanned was nominated for awards in three categories." - W.Examiner

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Jeff Straub on Founder's Ministry documentary “By What Standard?”

"Fundamentalists may think that issues like these outside our movement will impact us little. However, it is in no one’s best interest to see the SBC surrender the ground gained in the Conservative Resurgence to cultural liberalism." - P & D

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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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3 Founders Ministries board members resign as controversial trailer is called a 'sin'

"Three Founders Ministries board members resigned this week after a controversial trailer the organization released for its upcoming cinedoc on social justice in the Southern Baptist Convention seemed to demonize sexual abuse survivors." - Christian Post

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Akin, Mohler dispute claim of SBC liberal drift

"Danny Akin, president of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in North Carolina, and R. Albert Mohler Jr., president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Kentucky, issued statements to Baptist Press July 31 after Tom Ascol, president of Founders Ministries, defended the upcoming video/documentary titled 'By What Standard.'" - BPNews

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"The film is many things—gritty, harsh, unsettling, inspiring—but it is above all thought-provoking and challenging."

"God’s mercy is referenced during the film, but in a vague, theologically accommodating manner that a Bible-believing Christian will find the need to expand on in significant ways. With that said, Abby’s story leads into the gospel so well, with questions about forgiveness and the basis for forgiveness, even to the repentant director of a clinic who was complicit in more than 22,000 abortions." - Greg Linscott

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