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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.
Subscriber Access Only The Dragon Slayer
He fights for religious liberty, defends the civil rights of homosexuals, and funded Paula Jones's case against the President—the enigmatic John Wayne Whitehead.
Subscriber Access Only Multi(per)plexed
Christians remain divided about what a 'good' movie is
Subscriber Access Only The Gospel According to Tupac Shakur
Why do kids relate so well to hip-hop artists Eminem or Tupac? And what can a preacher learn from these modern-day prophets?
A Defense of the N-Word in Christian Hip Hop
Considering controversial language in Sho Baraka's latest album.
A Few Thoughts on the Bioethics of Space Cowboys
Blogger David Zahl considers pop culture and curing Down syndrome: "In addition to scientists and parents, priests and politicians, we would do well to consult our storytellers and poets, to examine not only our conscience but our imagination as well."
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Subscriber Access Only The Trouble with Twilight
Theology professor Beth Felker Jones suggests Christians should look for hidden messages in the vampire buzz.
Tattooed Barbie: You've Come a Long Way!
Barbie is art imitating life (and vice-versa).
Up Takes Disney Higher
Pixar's latest hit takes Disney beyond its usual princess tales.
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A Word Can Be Worth a Thousand Pictures
Why the pulpit—and not the screen—still belongs at the center of our churches.
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