ELSEWHERE: Online Streaming Services Are Still In The Red, But For How Long?
Coptic Christians in Egypt are Suffering; But What Is Coptic Christianity Anyway?
“Throughout their history, the Coptic Christians of Egypt and its neighbors have been no strangers to suffering, and we need to pray and work for their perseverance through these most recent trials.”
Not A Fan of Fan Fiction? Some Things To Consider
“It’s interesting that fan fiction’s recent upsurge has coincided with our culture’s changing assumptions about hermeneutics.”
Wedding Photography, Sacrifice, and the ‘Price’ of Citizenship
“The sacral order of the liberal state must be maintained, even at the cost of its citizens deepest convictions about life. “
Elsewhere: Abortion as a Failure of Feminism?
Is Duck Dynasty a Good Example of Christianity?
ELSEWHERE: How Segregated Is Your City?
Miley Cyrus and Exchanging Virgin Icons for Sex Icons
Sure, Miley Cyrus’ crude dancing crashed that wholesome, virginal image of her. But why were we surprised? And is weeping or hand-wringing the best response?
Nicolas Cage Misses the Rapture because He Doesn’t Get Left Behind
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Breaking Bad Broken Down: “Confessions”
The “Blurred Lines” of Summer
Richard Clark laments that year’s song of the summer is a soulless shadow of last year’s “Call Me Maybe.”