[From the February 2004 Banner.]
- Talking points about the controversial issues
Our church studied the main faith issues in The Da Vinci Code for two Sundays.
Beasts of No Nation
by Uzodinma Iweala
Even if you can’t leave home, these books, CDs, and movies will take you somewhere new.
A Prisoner in the Garden
by The Nelson Mandela Foundation
Documentaries are hot.
Fiction for adults
by Athol Dickson
Does your church have a website?
Race Against Time
by Stephen Lewis
Don’t worry, parent. Have no fear, librarian.
reviewed by Jim Romahn
Walt Wangerin loves Jesus. You can’t read his latest book, Jesus: A Novel without experiencing that clear conviction.
Born into Brothels
reviewed by Kristy Quist
Question: where is it still safe to be a racist? Answer: at an American sporting event.
As I watched Left Behind: World at War, I asked myself these questions:
Fighting Disappointment in Narnia
The concept of a “traitor” looms large in C.S.
In a recent classroom discussion I asked my grade seven and eight students what kind of gifts they were hoping to receive this holiday se
If thoughtful gifts are what you’re looking for, here’s a list of ideas that are guaranteed to be the right size and add a li
If you could have one wish granted, what would it be? To play baseball with the New York Yankees?
Rancher John Lockwood and his Internet-savvy friend John Underwood thought they had a really bright idea: offer hunters a chance to hunt
Award shows frustrate me.
- Looking Back on the Central Questions of the Star Wars Saga
Looking Back on the Central Questions of the Star Wars Saga
“This war represents a failure to listen.”—Pa
- So many books, so few summer days. From lighteared to serious, these books are great leisure-time reads.
Gods of Noonday: A White Girl’s African Life
by Elaine Neil Orr review
The other day in a literature class I mentioned Clint Eastwood’s boxing picture “Million Dollar Baby.” One student said