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  • It's a persuasive spiritual journey, sentimental at times but never hopelessly cloying. show more

  • Here's a fervent, G-rated version of contemporary life in which the divine overcomes the earthly and miracles are commonplace. It's aimed squarely at the emerging Christian market.

  • There's a fine line between inspiration and manipulation, and from its first frame, Joshua crosses it and never looks back. show more

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