Gosnell Film Reviewed, You’ll Know the Truth

Anyone who sees this film will come away knowing the truth. The new movie Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer shatters the illusion. The film tells the true story of Philadelphia abortionist Kermit Gosnell, currently in prison for life without parole for third-degree murder of infants born alive and killed inside his hazardous abortion clinic at 3801 Lancaster Ave. A viewer who supports abortion rights … Continue reading Gosnell Film Reviewed, You’ll Know the Truth

‘God’s Not Dead’ Writers Making Pro-Life Film, Unplanned

The film focuses on anti-abortion activist Abby Johnson, who spent years working for Planned Parenthood before switching sides. A $6 million anti-abortion film that takes a critical look at Planned Parenthood recently wrapped after being shot in secret in Oklahoma, and the filmmakers behind such surprise hits as God’s Not Dead and I Can Only Imagine are hoping for similar success when they release the … Continue reading ‘God’s Not Dead’ Writers Making Pro-Life Film, Unplanned

Mercatornet: The Handmaid’s Tale: more sci-fi than believable dystopia

The current Hulu remake of Margaret Atwood’s 1985 novel, The Handmaid’s Tale, is getting rave reviews. But I passed on it. Handmaids projects a Christian theocracy — the Republic of Gilead — that has replaced American democracy, and consigned women to their most reductive biological roles as forced breeders in a mysteriously infertile society. I’m interested in artistic dystopias — the word always associated with … Continue reading Mercatornet: The Handmaid’s Tale: more sci-fi than believable dystopia

Unbroken Faith Ministries: Utter Heartbreak – A Response to “Fifty Shades Darker”

If you are a blood-bought child of Christ, you must live in the fear of God when sexual sins lay crouching at the door. Only those who truly fear God will conquer such temptations. There are times to be heartbroken. The release of another Fifty Shades film is definitely such a time. The tidal wave of vile filth that has wreaked havoc on our culture … Continue reading Unbroken Faith Ministries: Utter Heartbreak – A Response to “Fifty Shades Darker”

Let’s Call ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ What It Is: Perverted

When the novel Fifty Shades of Grey was published three years ago, critics described it as “dull and poorly written,” “depressing” and “a sad joke.” Yet, it sold 100 million copies. Women were fascinated by the dark tale of a 21-year-old college student, Ana Steele, who falls in love with a handsome but mysterious young billionaire named Christian Grey after she interviews him for a … Continue reading Let’s Call ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ What It Is: Perverted

A Family Film To Keep Your Eye On -Beyond The Mask Official Trailer

From Burns Family Studios comes “Beyond the Mask,” the revolutionary new family film that brings history to life in a faith-filled adventure celebrating grace, liberty, and true freedom that can only be found in Christ.

Double crossed and on the run, an assassin for the British East India Company seeks to redeem his past by thwarting a plot against a young nation’s hope for freedom. Continue reading “A Family Film To Keep Your Eye On -Beyond The Mask Official Trailer”

Fifty Shades, Twilight, and Teaching Young Women To Desire Abusers

Remember how we warned you about Eclipse from the Twilight series as did others who often publish articles here on Beautiful Womanhood? I’m glad we did and I am glad that some of you listened. The Story: A new study published in the Journal of Women’s Health finds a connection between health risks in adolescent and young adult females and the series of best-selling porn novels that began … Continue reading Fifty Shades, Twilight, and Teaching Young Women To Desire Abusers

Lead Like A Boss, Dad

By Geoffrey Botkin

A Canadian ad agency has just broken every politically correct rule of TV fatherhood. General Mills Canada hired the Toronto firm to pitch a product that’s “awesome and responsible”: Peanut Butter Cheerios. The commercial’s Creative Director Josh Stein did something truly creative. He associated the two words with fatherhood. The result: a two minute tour of family life narrated by a young middle class dad who isn’t dopey, clueless, cowardly, or detached from reality. And get this: he comes with a wife and children who respond to him in the home with affection and respect.

The cereal box makes a brief appearance as Dad passes it to a teen son and adjusts the boy’s wardrobe. He looks the son in the eye and says, “That’s a boy (hat turned sideways) and that’s a man (hat facing front).” Later, in a corny, more adolescent moment, Dad proclaims Peanut Butter Cheerios “the official cereal of dadhood.” Continue reading “Lead Like A Boss, Dad”

What We Learn from Nude Reality TV

We laugh when little children run down the neighborhood sidewalk unclothed, chased by an embarrassed and apologetic parent. There’s a funny innocence to it in the life of a child who, to some degree, is ignorant of sin. In the same way, when men and women show themselves nude in public, they act like children, like ignorant children dumb to the fires of sexual lust … Continue reading What We Learn from Nude Reality TV

When Grace was a Staple of Popular Entertainment

…The opposite of meanness is, I’d say, grace, with its natural and not yet theological meaning. It’s more than etiquette. It’s a free and cheerful willingness to put other people at their ease, by giving them genuine praise, by dressing well but not to show off, by knowing how to accept a gift and how to give one in return. It is gentleness in manner and speech. Such grace is not … Continue reading When Grace was a Staple of Popular Entertainment