Facebook “Likes” Aren’t Enough, But Would a “Sympathize” Button Make it Worse?

How much sympathy can a click even give?

“A Piece of the Continent”: Touch, Providence, and Human Connectedness

Touch thus emblematizes a Christian truth, one that is becoming increasingly evident in the technological era of human connectivity.

‘Once upon a Time’ and the Redemption of Fairy Tales

Vikings Are People Too

Melissa Harris-Perry Wants Your Kids! Or Does She?

Philosophers for Hire? “Marketable” Majors and the Question of Christian Vocation

“This Is the Time of Loves”: Innovative Christian Poets in the Easter Season

“Call the Midwife” Celebrates Life from Beginning to End

Saint Nicholas Strikes Back: Catholic Memes and Secularized Feast Days

Does History Channel’s The Bible Live up to Its Promise?

In Memoriam Arthur Machen: Celebrating 150 Years of Horror and Ecstasy

Machen’s earlier work effectively manifests the horrific implications of an existence without God; his later work displays compelling, often beautiful, ways God’s presence breaks through our barriers to keep Him at bay.

Bravo’s ‘Top Chef’ and the Likability of Artists

Faith in ABC’s ‘Zero Hour’? Don’t Bet on It

Where Zero Hour falls flat for me is in its blatant use of the standard “science versus faith” trope and in the implications that trope has for the show’s apparent definition of faith.

Israeli Eugenics: Forced Birth Control for Ethiopian Jewish Immigrants

“To resort to eugenics, a weapon so often used against the Jews (themselves labeled ‘undesirable’ throughout the world) does not protect Jewishness.”

Project Runway Season 11 and the Individual Talent: Is Fashion Really a Team Sport?

Iván Fernández Anaya’s Virtuous Victory

“The story of Basque runner Iván Fernández Anaya feels like a breath of fresh air.”