Embracing Our Ghosts

There’s a kernel of truth behind every ghost story.

RetroPost: How to Celebrate “Reformation Day” Without Being Weird

If you’re not rethinking Halloween, you’re most likely celebrating another holiday on October 31st. David Dunham provides some helpful hints.

Text and Image: How Biblical Art Points us to Worship

Art can often point us to Someone greater than ourselves.

RetroPost: Rethinking Halloween

Should Christians be the Scrooge of Halloween?

‘The Hunger Games’: What Counts as Ethical in a World Where Kids Kill Each Other on TV?

A young adult phenomenon addresses some incredibly relevant moral dilemmas.

“Say Goodbye” by Liz Janes: Wrestling With God

An artist from Sufjan Steven’s label takes us on a spiritual journey.

Playing Human in a Video Game

Dexter: We Are All Serial Killers Inside

This serial killer would like you to examine yourself in light of his rebukes.

Must our Art be Uplifting?

RetroPost: Fallout 3 & The Challenge of a Gaming Morality

What does it mean for a game to tell us what gives us good “Karma”?

In Praise of the New Republic

Makoto Fujimura: “A Letter to North American Churches”

The Age of Adz: We Can Do Much More Together

In his latest album, Sufjan Stevens emphasizes authenticity, love and community.

Tea Party Racists…or Elite Condescention?

Don’t Not Pray for Christopher Hitchens

6 Relatively New Albums Worth Listening To