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Death and the Limits of Online Friendships: Beth Hall Mitchell

Beth’s witness shows that “real” community, with vulnerability and obligations and joy and weeping and love, can exist wherever people are willing to use words to bear with one another over time.

Voting for Donald Trump Is Not the Only Conservative Option

The moral pragmatism which says that we must vote for Trump because anything else is a vote for Clinton is a false choice.

Be Careful Whom You Blame for Trump

“Maybe, just maybe, you are part of the reason conservative voters are afraid enough to support Trump.”

How Trump Happened: The Wages of Fear and the Brave Way Forward

Trump’s rise to political prominence reveals the need for conservative evangelicals to offer a better, truer, more just vision of our country.

Under New Management: Christ and Pop Culture’s Future

Ferguson and Abortion as the “Solution” to Black Crime?

An upcoming report on racial discrimination in the Ferguson, Missouri justice systems reveals troubling beliefs about black crime shared across party lines.

ChristianExaminer Deceives Readers about Russell Moore

Holy Relics: The Full Armor of God (Playset)

Sin’s Part in the System (and Vice Versa): Thoughts on Voddie Baucham’s “Thoughts on Ferguson”

The difference between Thabiti Anyabwile’s reaction to the Ferguson grand jury’s decision and Voddie Baucham’s reveals a divide in American society.

Christian Book about the Holocaust Banned from Charter School? Probably Not.

Call for Pitches: Making Fun of Our World

Why Did Obama Say ISIL is Not Islamic? Because He’s not a Fool

In Appreciation of Studio Ghibli

The wonder and genius of the animated films from Studio Ghibli have become signposts for many of us at Christ and Pop Culture. We share our appreciation for Studio Ghibli films.

Citizenship Confusion: Why Conservatism Needs an Imagination and a Purge

“Disgusting”—that is an actual word a GOP official used to describe efforts to encourage a black community to vote.

When Existence Becomes Seemingly Impossible

Robin Williams’ tragic death woke me from the stupor of modern life yesterday.