Filmmakers on the pulpit

On the heels of James Cameron’s Tomb of Jesus, which made the case that Jesus’ body stayed in the tomb, comes The Case for Christ’s Resurrection.

It’s premiering on April 4 at 8:30 p.m. EST on the “Trinity Broadcasting Network”:http://www.tbn.org/ (TBN).

A press release says that a “team of veteran scientific researchers, historians, forensic scientists, botanists, theologians, and biblical archaeologists” analyzes the historical record, current medical knowledge and Scripture to “build a compelling case for the death and miraculous resurrection of Jesus Christ.”

It’s not going to get much attention from the secular media because it’s on a Christian network and there’s no Hollywood stars involved.

Gary Stern

Gary Stern covered education in the Lower Hudson Valley for several years during the early 1990s. Now's he back on the beat. He believes that schools are one of the main reasons that people live around here and that educational issues -- from curriculum to financing -- are among the most challenging things that journalists can write about. He continues to be amazed by the complexity of educational jargon. Gary got his B.A. at SUNY Buffalo and his M.A. from the University of Missouri Journalism School (where his master's thesis was about the best ways to cover education). He lives in White Plains with his wife and two sons, who attend public schools.