Fox’s new A. A. Milne biopic is more Eeyore than Tigger—but maybe that’s a good thing. “Surely this is the happiest young boy on earth,” chirps the narrator of a newsreel. He is speaking of Christopher Robin, the son of A. A. Milne, subject and first recipient of the stories of the Hundred Acre Wood. The newsreel narrator, like the adoring fans of Winnie

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A Catholic perspective. I have long been sympathetic with Father Yves Congar’s famous remark that if figures on both sides of the Reformation divide had been a bit more open-minded and open-hearted, there might be a Lutheran order in the Catholic Church today, just as there are Dominicans, Franciscans, Benedictines, and, indeed, Augustinians, the religious f

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The new HBO take on Phillip Pullman’s trilogy explores the brutality of a church’s power without the gospel. Source: Christianity Today

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Billy's children are thankful for their father; they just wish he'd been around more. When Franklin Graham was five, his famous father was in Australia for six months preaching at a Billy Graham Crusade. Like many youngsters, "I'd wake up in the morning, go down the hall and crawl into bed with Mama," Franklin says. "Well, one day I went in and Daddy had come home.

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