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Advent, Christmas Will Be Political – And That’s Good News

By Jim Hopkins | December 13, 2019

While the season of Advent and Christmas will be and has been political, it’s not partisan. Scripture unveils the political reality of the season, in which those consigned to the back row of society have been brought to the front.

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NBC Ends Push to Include Liquor Ads

By EthicsDaily.com Staff | March 22, 2002

Three months after NBC decided to break away from a 54-year old voluntary ban on airing hard-liquor ads on network television, it has bowed to pressure from advocacy groups and lawmakers to halt the ads, Reuters reported on Thursday. Groups including the American Medical Association and Mothers Against Drunk Driving criticized NBC when it decided […]

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Luhrmann’s Vision Deserves Better

By Cliff Vaughn | March 22, 2002

Sunday night’s Oscar telecast (ABC, 8:00 p.m. EST) will showcase some of the best filmmakers in the world. One director, however, isn’t even nominated in the best director category, despite the fact that his film amassed eight Academy Award nominations altogether. Baz Luhrmann, the 39-year-old writer-producer-director from Australia, failed to garner a nomination for his […]

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Simpsons Display Sincere Religious Beliefs: An Interview with Mark Pinsky

By Jodi Mathews | March 21, 2002

Not until his children took an interest in “The Simpsons” did Mark Pinsky begin to give this dysfunctional cartoon family a closer look. He was surprised at what he found. He was surprised at what he found. “All I knew about the series was that it was well-written, but smart-alecky,” Pinsky, religion writer for the […]

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From Selma to Montgomery

By Cliff Vaughn | March 21, 2002

One car carried Viola Liuzzo and Leroy Moton. The other carried four Klansmen. The latter pulled alongside the former on a lonely stretch of U.S. Highway 80 between Selma and Montgomery. The Klansmen fired into Liuzzo’s car, killing her instantly. Moton survived by playing dead when the Klansmen returned to see what they’d done. The […]

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“Ice Age”

By Mike Parnell | March 21, 2002

Animation has become a huge part of the movie industry. Years ago, animated pictures were “event” pictures because they were released infrequently. But Disney revived animation with “The Little Mermaid,” and now most major studios are producing animated features. Animation has become a huge part of the movie industry. Years ago, animated pictures were “event” […]

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