March 2012

Blue Like Jazz movie presents a murky message to viewers

By Tiffany Owens, World News Service (WNS) – A film adaptation of Donald Miller’s New York Times bestseller Blue Like Jazz is headed to the big screen April 13 and debuted March 13 in Texas at Austin’s “SXSW,” a music, film, and technology festival. The movie explores themes of forgiveness, authenticity, and the question of God’s existence as it follows one man’s journey to find God, but it struggles to offer a clear explanation of the gospel.