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A brutal thing

History | Washington’s ‘living memorial’ to the Holocaust
by Kim Henderson
Posted 4/26/18, 02:19 pm

May 14 is the 70th anniversary of the date Israel became an independent country. It had sufficient international support to do that, over violent opposition from surrounding Muslims, because of the Holocaust, the murder of 6 million Jews during World War II. This year is also the 25th anniversary of the opening of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum just off the National Mall in Washington, D.C. Kim Henderson visited it recently.

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Recent novels from evangelical publishers

by Sandy Barwick
Posted 5/10/17, 11:47 am

Life After

Katie Ganshert

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Propaganda for a cause

Movies | Making war appealing is the job of screenwriters in WWII drama Their Finest
by Sophia Lee
Posted 4/13/17, 11:53 am

“Authenticity—that’s what they’re after now: Authenticity informed with optimism.” So declares a character in the charming British drama Their Finest, in regard to creating a wartime propaganda movie that will lift public morale for the war effort. Authenticity is also what Their Finest tries to achieve through a bittersweet tale of ordinary citizens enduring the grit and chaos of war through love, laughter, and storytelling.

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