As part of an on-going project to study the teachings of the authorities of the church over the years, several LDS bloggers are posting today on sermons given during the Saturday afternoon session of the April 1971 General Conference of … Continue reading →
Tagged: Chastity, conference retrospectives, lds, Magazines, media, Milton R. Hunter, mormon, Movies, Novels, Sexual Revolution, Television
Since we are already on the topic of Disney’s Frozen, before the controversy about potential agendas in the film erupted I had already planned to write a brief post criticizing the film for a completely different reason. So I figure … Continue reading →
My friend Kathryn recently posted a lengthy essay on her blog about her concerns that Disney’s hit animated movie Frozen contains a subtext that pushes an homosexual ideology that is contrary to the beliefs of many of the religious families … Continue reading →
Tagged: agenda, art, critical thinking, entertainment, Frozen, holywood, homosexuality, liberal, media, morality, Movies, politics, reviews
Recently our family rented the movie Here Comes the Boom, starring Kevin James, Henry Winkler, and Salma Hayek. James plays a high school biology teacher who gets involved with mixed-martial arts (MMA) fighting to try to raise enough money to prevent the … Continue reading →
Over the weekend I got a chance to see a portion of the 2008 movie Speedracer. I only saw a couple of scenes, so I’ll have to go back and watch the whole thing, but the portion I saw featured … Continue reading →
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