ELSEWHERE: Stephen Hawking on Assisted Suicide

How to Enjoy Jen Hatmaker’s Upcoming Reality Show

Perhaps we could simply let the show and the Hatmakers be what they are: a TV show and a family.

In The Mind of a Chef, Innovation Keeps Tradition Alive

“Should we preserve tradition or be “relevant” and imitate the culture at large?”

ELSEWHERE: The Edventure Project

ELSEWHERE: Should Churches Alter Their Worship Texts?

ELSEWHERE: Doctrine Wonks Must Read Fiction

What I’d struggled to say for years, crime-novel author J. Mark Bertrand easily proclaims at The Gospel Coalition.

You Can Keep Walter White. I’ll Take Inspector Foyle

Why My Wife and I Walked away from Infertility Treatments

“Left unchecked, a natural, God-given desire for children can morph into an ugly, idolatrous, desperation that leaves couples bitter, selfish, and isolated.”

ELSEWHERE: Moonshot: Google Defies Death

ELSEWHERE: How Much of a ‘Foodie’ Are You?

‘Where Is Your God Now?’ (Or, That Brief Horrible Moment We All Thought Bieber Was Robin)

The Dark Dualism of Fox’s ‘Sleepy Hollow’

“There is certainly plenty for the Christian viewer to take issue with, the most obvious being the peculiar eschatology the show envisions.”

ELSEWHERE: Jhumpa Lahiri’s World

ELSEWHERE: A Clown in Town: This Is My Worst Nightmare

Actually, People Say Really Nice Things About Miss America on Twitter!

Let’s be careful how we judge the “racism level” of the United States based on a small slice of Twitter.

Doctor Who’s Doctrine, Part 2: Genre Roots

Doctor Who stories aren’t that original. Some are even blatant rip-offs. How does that affect the show’s stories?