Category Archives: Culture / Entertainment
The reason some kids abandon their faith is not because they go to college, but because they stop going to church.
I’ve received additional recommendations and made some new discoveries in the wonderful world of podcasting. Here are my favorites right now.
If, ten years ago, someone had told me that today I would be writing an article about the theology of a late-night talk show host, I wouldn’t have believed it.
In this reality show, we get a glimpse into the worldview of a society that is longing for spiritual purgation and earthly significance – but doesn’t know where to find it.
With each release, Pixar hopes to continue its streak of excellent and beautiful films that exceed the audience’s ever-growing expectations. With Inside Out, Pixar has delivered.
20 years later, I’m revisiting “Jesus Freak.” Here is what has surprised me.
I just can’t get enough of Andrew Peterson’s new song about Nashville – “Everybody’s Got a Song.”
Much of The Hobbit was about as enjoyable as watching someone else play a high-definition video game. In other words, not very.
Why did this show draw such attention? And why did it prove ultimately unsatisfying for so many viewers?
In “Sight and Sound’s” 2012 poll, Alfred Hitchcock’s 1958 film, Vertigo, supplanted Citizen Kane as the greatest film of all time.