A Model of Christian Parody: What The Babylon Bee Can Learn from Weird Al

Weird Al Yankovic can show us all how poking fun doesn’t have to be so harmful, and not every joke about another human being creates an enemy.

Maya Angelou: An Ageless and Resounding Voice

If she can be accused of anything, it is that she always seemed to strive to speak to the present age from a posture of agelessness.

Inside the Octagon of the Human Heart

If I turn my back on combat sports, I’ll miss out on an anchor of family identity and a good connection to the godly men and women in my life.

Worse than a Wardrobe Malfunction: America’s Misdirected Outrage

It’s even more strange that we’re still focused on Jackson’s breast, and we’ve all but ignored the action that revealed it.

Tim Tebow Can Do All Things Through Christ, So He Should Quit

Tim Tebow is missing a golden opportunity that he may not have yet considered.

Boycotting For Sport: Why The Olympics Must Go On

6. Twelve Years a Slave: “Little Relief for the Moviegoer” #CaPC25

Christmas Can Make It Hard to Remember That ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’

“It surprises me how often I need to be reminded that Christmas should be a time of celebration.”

Faith and Basketball

“When the Bible says that faith is ‘the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen,’ it doesn’t limit faith to something only spiritual.”

These Comedians Getting Coffee Are not My Friends

“I wish I were as funny as Mel Brooks or as upfront as Chris Rock, but this show reminds me that I don’t know enough about either of them to wish that.”