The Lion, The Witch and The Balance

I know, I am blogging a lot about the upcoming Chronicles of Narnia film, but cut me some slack, my personal blog’s name is The Wardrobe Door. Although the C.S. Lewis classics are loved by many sectors of Christianity, they, along with Tolkien’s Lord of...

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The Man Behind the Narnia Movies

Chuck Colson profiles Philip Anschutz in today’s Breakpoint commentary. If you’ve never heard of him you’re not alone. I didn’t know who he was either until I read the article. He is the founder of The Anschutz Company of Denver, CO whose Walden Media divison...

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Questions are unscientific

The Christian Science Monitor wades into the evolution v. creation debate with a story focused on the classroom. High school science teachers are finding it more difficult to teach evolution without their students asking questions. This is a crisis according to many science teachers and...

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No mouse-ification of the Lion

USA Today has an interesting story on the upcoming The Lion. The Witch and The Wardrobe film. Much of it focuses on the film’s lack of "Disneyishness" – meaning no wacky sidekicks, no big musical numbers, basically nothing that Disney has used for the past...

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Why I Doubt Evolution

Over at The Philosophy of Biology, a pro-evolution site, they are discussing the new rallying cry of the creationist camp, "Teach the controversy."  There are some good links in the string of comments that those of us who are interested in understanding and arguing this...

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Some Thoughts On Evolution

Evolution is under attack again in Kansas.  Many liberals are alarmed that the religious right are now trying to bring creationism back into the schools.   They characterize the pro "Intelligent Design" (ID) folks as religious rubes with no respect for science.  But this is not...

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A Father’s Perspective on Modesty

As a father of two young girls, I am concerned with modesty in dress which today is a difficult issue for young women given the current state of fashion and lack of appropriate role models. Unfortunately, there are very few positive influences available. While I...

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Is the Pope Catholic?

One of the amusing aspects of Pope Benedict XVI’s installation as Pope this week has been the outrage expressed among secular liberals is that the Pope is, well, Catholic. As Philip Lawler notes in his column today for OpinionJournal.com: Yes, the pope is a Catholic....

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