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Subscriber Access Only Faith and the Newest Rock & Roll Rebellion
Some bands are rejecting the Christian label for their music and instead singing about Christ to the masses.
Subscriber Access Only Sinéad O'Connor's Theology and 'Theology'
Why you shouldn't be surprised that her new album is mostly passages from the Old Testament.
Subscriber Access Only The Gospel According to Safeway
The checkout line and the good life.
Subscriber Access Only Harry Potter Is Here to Stay
Why the final movie is only the beginning of the Harry Potter phenomenon.
Dare We Laugh at World of Warcraft?
Communicating Christ to consumers of popular culture means sorting the good influences from the bad. A review of Ted Turnau's 'Popolgetics.'
'Tangled,' Kate Middleton, and Modern Princesses
Why Disney's newest fairy tale—and England's real-life one—give me hope for my 6-year-old niece.
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Arthur Andersen Reaches Deal (Again) With Baptist Foundation of Arizona Investors
New TV priests won't be like the Flying Nun, and other stories from online sources around the world
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The Return of the King: Best Picture, Perhaps, But Not Best Version
The author of The Battle for Middle-Earth examines the missing theology of the cinematic blockbuster.
Subscriber Access Only Studying the Silver Screen
Christians aren't known for their nuanced approach to Hollywood. Film critic Jeffrey Overstreet is trying to change that.
Subscriber Access Only Vacationing with the Pagans
Watching the Beatles in fast-forward reminded me of just how far we've come in four decades.
Subscriber Access Only Pop Goes the Worship
Religion professor T. David Gordon says Muzak has shaped singing in church.
The Problem with Christians Doing the 'Harlem Shake'
Some advice for the church: Think before you click.
How Sex, Busyness, Mobility, and the American Dream can Impede Friendship
House of Cards, my kids, and a Tedx talk all got me thinking about the nature of friendship
The Stereotypical Christians of 'Orange Is the New Black'
The series’ groundbreaking diversity disappoints in the realm of religion.
Subscriber Access Only Girls on Display
Why females younger and younger are being portrayed as sexual objects.
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Mark Labberton: This Is the Best of Times for Following Jesus
The Fuller Seminary president sees the church’s moment of cultural exile as a moment of incredible opportunity.
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