Six Pop Culture Resolutions

Running a little late on resolutions? Pretend it’s on purpose and jump on this bandwagon.

Dodging The Bulletstorm

I sounded the alarm about a videogame and caused a minor skirmish on the internet. Is this a Christ-like work?

The Most Popular Posts of 2010: #1 – Assassin’s Creed 2: Shot Through the Heart

A video game tackles religion head-on. The results are mixed.

The Super Bowl: Super Awesome or Super Idol?

Should you feel bad for watching?

The Most Popular Posts of 2010: #2 – Questioning Matthew Paul Turner: Part 1

“Most Christians are well-equipped for feeling a certain amount of shame–the honesty and grace is the hard part.”

The Illegitimacy of Oppression: How Can Christians Think About the Egyptian Revolt?

The Egyptian revolution is a complex development, but certain Christian principles can help us to think through the implications.

The King’s Psychobabble

Why do you Read Books? Are Today’s Readers Full of Themselves?

The White Stripes and the Legacy of Mystery

The now-defunct rock band showed us that we’re better off knowing less.

The Most Popular Posts of 2010: #3 – The Age of Adz: We Can Do So Much More Together

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

For Me, Story Was the Game Changer

David never played games. Now he does. Here’s why.

P90X for Jesus

Most Popular Posts of 2010: #4 – Is “The One” Worth Searching For?

A pre-Valentine antidote.