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(1997 TV series)
Episode: Christian Rock Hard
Cartman, Butters and Token become Christian rock stars so that Cartman can win his bet with Kyle. Meanwhile, Kyle, Stan and Kenny learn the sad consequences of illegally downloading music from the Internet.
(1983 TV series documentary)
Episode: Country Boys
The story of two boys growing up from ages 15 to 18 in rural parts of the United States.
DC Talk: Free at Last
(2002 video documentary)
This long awaited documentary of DC Talk's groundbreaking Free At Last tour in 1994 chronicles the band's musical and spiritual coming-of-age.
Impact: The Passion of the Christ
'Impact' investigates the events surrounding 'The Passion of the Christ' and takes viewers around the world to show the spectacular effect the film...
(2003 TV series)
Episode: Jeremy's Manager
Jeremy and Super Hans are thrilled when super-confident Cally agrees to be their manager, but less so...
(2006 TV series)
After Murderface suffers a near fatal motorcycle accident, he decided to find religion. His quest runs across the gamut of faiths, from attending a Christian Rock concert, to sitting in at a service at the Church of Satan.
When a girl attending a Christian high school becomes pregnant, she finds herself ostracized and demonized, as all of her former friends turn on her.
"Joshua" tells the story of a possible second coming of Christ to a small U.S. town.
A troubled man, recently discharged from the Navy, goes to Corpus Christi, Texas, in search of the father he's never met.
We're All Angels
The story of rising stars Jason and deMarco, two attractive pop stars - both Christian and gay - and lovers.
|11||Never Been Thawed (2005)||6.1/10||336|
|12||Amy Grant: Building the House of Love (1994 video documentary)||6.0/10||15|
|14||Phil the Alien (2004)||5.3/10||615|
|15||Salvation!: Have You Said Your Prayers Today? (1987)||5.1/10||127|
|16||Why Should the Devil Have All the Good Music? (2004 documentary)|
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