Each Tuesday in Music Matters, Matthew Linder explores the intersections of music, culture and faith. Exploring the controversy over Shai Linne’s “Fal$e Teacher$”. When Shai Linne’s Lyrical Theology Part 1 dropped[…]
A couple of weeks ago, I wrote a little piece for Christ and Pop Culture about a Q&A session with Tim Keller at The Gospel Coalition conference. I asked about[…]
Each week in The Moviegoer, Nick Olson examines new and upcoming films. An essential image in Derek Cianfrance’s latest film, The Place Beyond the Pines, is of roughened, local-star stuntman Luke[…]
It was early January when I decided to take a risk and register for my first marathon. It’s this weekend, April 27. It’s happening in the city that’s been my home[…]
International adoption is something that must be pursued and practiced with great wisdom, lest our efforts to help the fatherless cause them more harm than good.
The past couple weeks have seen a firestorm of controversy surrounding a 30-second television promo by MSNBC anchor host Melissa Harris-Perry. Conservative commentators reacted sharply against what they perceived as[…]
In the first of many great songs performed on the TV show Nashville, shy ingenue Scarlett (Clare Bowen) sings about her obviously unworthy on-again-off-again boyfriend Avery (Jonathan Jackson): Stop saying[…]