Film

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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Breakout Box Office Hit: Pro-Life Film 'Unplanned' Edges Out 'Captain Marvel' In Key Screening Stat

"Despite intense media opposition, an "R" rating from the MPAA, and big tech censorship, pro-life film "Unplanned" is wildly outperforming expectations at the box office." - Daily Wire

Related - RNS:Box Office Shocker: UNPLANNED gives birth to fifth-place finish

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History Channel's "Jesus: His Life" Airs March 25

"The show is going to be a combination of scripted television interspersed with interviews from major scholars and members of Christianity. These are said to include such individuals as Joel Osteen, Asbury Theological Seminary New Testament professor Ben Witherington III, and the Presiding Bishop of The Episcopal Church Michael Curry." - World Religion News

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