Boundless — a publication of Focus on the Family — has posted an open letter to Christianity Today lambasting it for giving Sex and the City a positive review. While I absolutely disagree with this assessment of CT — which I find to be an incredibly well-done and thoughtful publication, especially in their movie reviews — and find the letter’s tone a little sanctimonious, it does raise some interesting questions: is it possible to give a film a positive review without promoting or endorsing its content? Or are they really one in the same?
Related Links: Plugged In’s review of Sex and the City (Plugged In is another publication of Focus on the Family); CT’s Mark Moring responds to the negative Sex and the City feedback. Via
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