Christian Entertainment in a Secular World

Author Anita Higman dropped by Reader’s Entertainment Radio to discuss Christian media, from books to television and from movies to music. We discussed several websites that deal with helping Christians select entertainment options from popular culture. From Nell Minow’s Movie Mom review site to Veggie Tales creator Phil Vischer’s Jelly Telly for kids to Focus on the Family’s Plugged In, it IS possible to make educated and informed decisions about the media venues to which we expose ourselves and our families. Callers discussed a Plugged In review of the new film, Book of Eli and several Christian bands making in-roads on the popular charts, including Switchfoot, Flyleaf, and Owl City.

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