Preaching to the Converted

Book | Live Love Lead | Brian Houston Review by Emmet O’Cuana “Your Heavenly Father didn’t create you to live a life of mediocrity. He created you to live life in the faith lane.

Familiar families

Film | Gayby Baby | PG Review by Emmet O’Cuana Opening with now very familiar statements from politicians, pundits, and the then-Prime Minister Julia Gillard, opposing gay marriage, this documentary is both timely and od

The WDBJ7 Tragedy

Photo: Twitter: @WDBJ7 By Emmet O’Cuana I wish I had not watched the footage. It was late last night. I should have been asleep.

Guaranteed Pure book review – God Inc.

Book | Guaranteed Pure | Timothy EW Gloege Review by Emmet O’Cuana Gloege’s Guaranteed Pure sets out to establish how American business culture in the late-19th century became an essential element of middle-class Prote

It’s OK to be Sad – Inside Out Review

Film | Inside Out | PG Review by Emmet O’Cuana The dedication that ends this film’s credits says simply – ‘This film is dedicated to our kids. Please don’t grow up. Ever.

Two Men and a Church – Alex Gibney’s Going Clear

Film | Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief | M Review by EMMET O’CUANA Documentary maker Alex Gibney’s Enron: The Smartest Guys In The Room was an acclaimed piece of film-making applauded for exposin

Mad Max Fury Road

Review by Emmet O’Cuana Film | Mad Max: Fury Road | MA When I was far too young, I was shown a film that featured horrific violence, death, fascist oppression and, ultimately, the end of the world.

Ireland Says Yes We Do

By Emmet O’Cuana An Australian Christian lobby group responded to the events of the weekend in Ireland with the following statement “the redefinition of marriage and family in Ireland this weekend is a wake-up call to A

Testament of Youth review

Review by Emmet O’Cuana Film| Testament of Youth| M Vera Brittain’s Testament of Youth, the first of a series of lengthy memoirs, is a classic appeal to pacifism inspired by the horrors of the First World War.

’71 – Children, Churches and Kitchens

Review by Emmet O’Cuana Film l ‘71 l MA After the collapse of the Northern Irish civil rights movement, violence between Catholic and Protestant communities across the region set in motion the horrific events of Bl