From Fanboy to Frustrated: A Plea To Mark Driscoll

Mark Driscoll is at it again and again. Guest writer David Dunham shares why he can no longer bear it.

Cars 2: Mater’s Cultural Ignorance Is Not Okay For You

Oh, Mater. What are we going to do with you?

Tina Fey’s Comical Humility

We could learn a lesson in humility from this feminist liberal comedian.

Human Dignity in The Parking Lot

The Parking Lot can be a hard place for a human being to work.

Needle Exchange and Christian Ethics

The Not So Radical Book: A Review of David Platt’s Radical

David Platt’s counter-cultural tome is less like a personal soap-box and more like a well-articulated biblical mandate.

Rock N’ Soul: Amos Lee, The Power of Music, and The Near Gospel Truth

Our culture is, for the most part, cool with Jesus – but which Jesus?

With Limited Interruptions, Part 2: Three Months Without Pop Culture or Other Distractions

I’m abstaining from popular culture, but that doesn’t mean I’m unable to relate to the world.

With Limited Interruptions: My First Month without Pop Culture or Other Disctractions

I’m giving up some ingrained habits, but the tendency to avoid the important things still remains.

For Me, Story Was the Game Changer

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

P90X for Jesus

The Most Popular Posts of 2010: #6 – Hipster Christianity: Did You Know That You’re a Hipster?

In his latest book, Brett McCracken broadens a category to the extreme.

How Can You Watch A Show About Buddhism?

What if a Buddhist television program could teach us something?

I Laughed At Hipster Hitler, But I Didn’t Like It

Of course it’s funny, but is it right?

RetroPost: A Blackened Friday

David Dunham laments the somber turn 2008’s Black Friday took, and sees himself in the crowd.

The Problem of Homelessness

What does it really mean to love “the least of these”?