Fox's "The Passion" reduced a tale that launched one of the world's great religions to broad, borrowed pop-song bromides.
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(RNS) It's time Hollywood treated Bible believers like adults, Aslan says.
(RNS) This ain’t no Sunday school Bible filmstrip, and that's the point, say creators of the series, which portrays events from the biblical book of 1 Samuel.
(RNS) We've seen this device before. Some critics call it "Christian comfort food."
(RNS) Critics are calling Scully and Mulder’s latest adventures with magic mushrooms and tired Muslim terrorist tropes a serious misstep for “The X-Files”...
(RNS) Italian actress Gaia Scodellaro plays the wide-eyed Sister Celine in NBC's new series "You, Me and the Apocalypse."
LOS ANGELES (RNS) Alongside “Orange Is the New Black” and “House of Cards,” Netflix now offers users another type of content: Christian sermons.
(RNS) "The Birth of a Nation," a biopic about the 19th-century black preacher, slave and revolutionary Nat Turner, was picked up by Fox Searchlight Pictures...
(RNS) January TV premieres include "You, Me and the Apocalypse," "Mercy Street," and "Lucifer." Our 'Faithful Viewer' guide tells you what to expect.