By offering complex and rich content, this summer’s duo of cinematic blockbusters could provide an example for better theological communication, writes the director of communications for Leadership Education at Duke Divinity.
Americans’ embrace of gun rights has the features of a cult, with its own sacred text, priesthood and ordinands, says a retired United Methodist pastor. Is the cause secularized evangelicalism?
Some reflections to accompany your soda and seven-layer dip, from a communications specialist at Leadership Education at Duke Divinity.
There are too few spaces where our feelings and experiences are allowed to be complex or overwhelming.
A poor Christology makes American churches afraid of contemporary art, says the artist.
The historical connection between Black popular culture and the Black church might be waning in some ways, but powerful messages are still being preached, says the professor and author.
Fred Rogers’ faith wasn’t perfect, but his view of the world offered mercy, love and grace, says the author of the book “Exactly As You Are: The Life and Faith of Mister Rogers.”
Movies are important, and the church is called to care about them and take them seriously, says the film critic for Vox and formerly Christianity Today.
Trends may come and go, but life in Christ is eternally relevant, writes a pastor.