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PZ’s March Movie Picks

PZ has annotated a list of movies playing on Turner Classic Movies in March 2021. Watch overlooked movies that feature Christian themes and the dynamics of Grace. In several of this month’s movies, Christian ministers and the Gospel get a very explicit and commendatory hearing! All times are Eastern. March 1st, 2:45 pm, A Matter […]

PZ’s February Movie Picks

A Guide to Paul Zahl’s Top Picks from the Turner Classic Movies Airing in February

PZ’s January Movie Picks

Captains Courageous, Rear Window, and more!

PZ’s (Mostly) Christmas Movie Picks

The Greatest Story Ever Told, Psycho, and more!

PZ’s December Movie Picks, Part One

Jane Eyre, Citizen Kane, and more!

PZ’s October Movie Picks

Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed, Dracula A.D. 1972, and more!

ANNOUNCING! Peace in the Last Third of Life: A Handbook of Hope for Boomers by Paul Zahl

SURPRISE!! We’ve dropped hints here and there that Paul Zahl has been working on a new book. The hardcover will be out this summer, but given our present circumstances (and the urgency of the book’s message), we wanted to get it into your hands as soon as possible. So we’ve done something unprecedented and have released it first as an e-book, which you can purchase as we speak! Here’s the blurb:

Everyone wants peace and hope.

As we grow older, we feel a special urgency to make peace with the past and to discover hope for the future. In his newest book, Peace in the Last Third of Life, the Rev. Dr. Paul F. M. Zahl provides a roadmap to finding peace and hope for the ‘Boomer’ generation. Zahl’s wisdom comes not only from decades in pastoral ministry, but also from cultural and historical illustrations as varied as Philadelphia Soul, War of the Worlds (1953), and the skin of St. Bartholomew. With piercing wisdom and unflagging humor, Peace in the Last Third of Life connects the core questions of Boomers to the Supernatural Power of God.

Grab your copy today!

The Only Black Box I Have Access To

Jesus said, “For judgment I came into this world, that those who do not see may see, and those who see may become blind.” (Jn 9:39) There’s been a lot of talk about “empathy.” It has been a beloved moniker for what the nation most needs today and, like most cultural buzzwords, ’twas only a […]

Another Week Ends: Work and Play, Oprah and Colbert, Barack and Marilynne, Kanye Western, and Yes, Death

The work and play issue continues. This week we saw two articles surface that had more bad news to give us about the growing presence of our work lives in our leisure time. Ugh. I’ll spare you both of them. One of them talks about the implicit message of workaholism in tv shows these days. […]

Another Week Ends: Play Week, The Blame Instinct, Calvary, Parenting Trends, and God Save the Girl

1) It is “Play Week” at NPR, so let’s have some fun! Among the legions of playground research data, lab rat tickle tests (not joking), and zany stories about parents at “amusement parks”, play is becoming the boon of brain science, the absence of which we feel a threat to the very health of a […]