As we head into the summer, it seems we are moving into a season of musical comebacks. I, for one, could not be happier. Like many others, I witnessed the Jonas Brothers appearance on James Corden. I also was glad to hear Aly and AJ's new single. However, I am most excited about my teenage role model returning to the studio. I believe that it is because of her musical background and impact that it is the time for Ashley Tisdale.
I recently wrote a review of Christian films that featured a harsh critique from an honest perspective. While I meant what I said, I also realize that there are a few Christian films that have been a bit more honest about the world and life as a Christian. I will admit that a few more than five than have been made. However, I wanted to recognize these five films not just because they are faith-based but because of their cinematography, acting level, and authenticity.
Before anyone accuses me of being an atheist, let me declare that I am a Christian. I have asked Jesus to be my Savior, and I have tried to live and make choices that I believe God would want me to make. That's the reason why I feel the need to share my thoughts about these religious movies that most Christians have been praising in the past few years. So without further ado, I give you Five Things Wrong with Christian Movies.