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World Premiere: The Prince of Egypt

Yesterday, my friend and I went to see the new stage musical The Prince of Egypt at the Mountain View Center for The Performing Arts. It’s a TheatreWorks Silicon Valley production in collaboration with Fredericia Teater in Denmark, where it will be staged in April with a Danish cast and the same actor playing Moses. 1,262 more words


Heidelberg Catechism: The Ten Commandments

Lord’s Day 34

Q&A 92
Q. What is God’s law? 
A. God spoke all these words:

“I am the LORD your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of slavery; you shall have no other gods before me.” 2,080 more words

To Remember the Web

A Sermon for 8 October 2017

A reading from Exodus 20:1-21.  We continue to hear of the Israelites in the wilderness and what happens when they reach Mount Sinai in the third month of their freedom.  1,737 more words


Fear Blights

Exodus 20:1-4, 7-9, 12-20; Matthew 21:33-46


I begin today with a kind of parlor trick. Feel free to pass it along to your friends and family, especially the younger set. 1,332 more words


Chronicles of Cecil B. DeMille

Recently an interesting item crossed my virtual desk that I thought might be of interest to those of you who’ve been following the deMille Saga. A friend who’d previously heard me talking—well, let’s be honest here—geeking out about the Lost City and my various expeditions to try and find it shot me an email about an upcoming (now downgoing) film premier that would be taking place at the historic Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood. 408 more words


"He gave us Himself" by Thomas Watson

“Great was the work of creation, but greater was the work of redemption. Great wisdom was seen in making us,—but more miraculous wisdom in saving us. 131 more words

Quotable Quotes

VOD Review - "The Lost City of Cecil B. DeMille

The Lost City of Cecil B. Demille (2017; Dir.: Peter Brosnan)


By Daniel Barnes

*Premieres Tuesday, October 3, on VOD services.

An amateurish but compelling documentary passion project from Brosnan, a low-level screenwriter who spent several decades obsessing over a piece of Hollywood history buried in the California sands.  133 more words

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