The extraordinary redemption story of Dunkirk is all due to humble, ordinary people who decided to play their part. These men – and boys – left behind because they were deemed the wrong age to fight, were absolutely average. All that set them apart was their willingness to see light defeat darkness.
Every subculture has its own special vocabulary. No-one however, quite does this to the degree of awesomeness demonstrated by the evangelical wing of the Christian church, which not only has its own set of extraordinary jargon, but regularly adds to it.
A British evangelist has told of how he led a woman to faith during a recent screening of Christian-themed movie The Shack.
We all knew the figures would be high, and yet somehow their release still staggered us.
The UK government has just announced tough new measures in the fight against under-age pornography use. And as a parent with two children currently in the 8-12 age bracket, I'm obviously fully on board with that idea. The question is, will what they're proposing actually make any difference?
His meteoric rise from total unknown, to small-time TV actor, to big league A-lister is a modern rebuke to the idea that nice guys finish last.
Do you ever wonder what Paul was getting at with that whole 'body of Christ' metaphor for the Church?
Like a wheel within a wheel, Christian festivals are an idiosyncratic niche of an often already baffling subculture.
Is it truly possible the US might elect President Johnson? America has been led by a former actor before, and at least this one has a fair amount of self-control on social media.
There's a little in-joke in the evangelical subculture around people who share the gospel for a living.
15 years, six movies and three different Spider-Men later, this is still a story about how a person's character is as important as their gifts.
While 13 per cent of young people described themselves as practising Christians and even more as 'Christ followers', what kind of Christianity is it that they're practising?
That's a pretty arresting headline, right? Perhaps a tiny bit manipulative, but certainly difficult to ignore.
A new piece of research suggests that 21 per cent of young people (aged between 11 and 18) describe themselves at 'active followers of Jesus'.
Many young people spend hours every night on the platform, watching, sharing, making and curating content.