Television

Spike in violence, profanity on TV shows rated OK for kids

"PTC's research found a 28-percent increase in violence displayed in television content rated TV-PG in 2017 to 2018 compared to PG-rated programs analyzed during the years 2007 and 2008. During that same timespan, research shows a 43.5-percent increase in profanity on PG-rated shows." - Christian Examiner

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Veggie Tales Reboot, but with the Gospel This Time

Phil Vischer: "It’s so much easier to just tell a Bible story, pull a moral value out of it, and end with a Bible verse. There is value in that. ... But if you stop there... you never actually get to the message that leads to regeneration that leads to new life that leads to the fruit of the Spirit." - Cranach

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The Problem of Evil in ‘The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’

"When she’s not contemplating whether or not to be the bride of Satan, she is taking on moral crusades in the hallways of Baxter High, outwitting her principal to found a school-sponsored book club for girls. The name of the club ...succeeds in forming the acronym W.I.C.C.A. Subtle, Sabrina is not." - Christianity Today

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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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