Arts & Culture


‘Celebrities for Jesus’ brings a journalist’s eye to branding, celebrity, and power in faith spaces.

Neil Gaiman’s Netflix adaption has constructed a sort of theodicy — an apologetics for how the universe works.

Lessons on bravery, wonder, and creativity from ‘Marcel the Shell With Shoes On.’

Christian worship music is having a climate moment. Will it inspire climate activism?

The “artist-theologian” talks about a theology of syncopation, freedom, resistance, and his project ‘Rest Assured.’

Natalie Portman holds a large hammer and is dressed as Thor.

Taika Waititi’s new film doesn’t directly mention Jesus, but it reveals the need for a savior who is not a conqueror.

You can’t save the world with stereotypes and sloppy biblical interpretation.

A young child reading 'Harry Potter and the half blood prince' dressed up as Harry Potter

Twenty-five years later, I have problems with Harry Potter and its author ... but not the ones my church warned me about.

Rockstars — and pastors — fall victim to celebrity without the support and accountability of community.

Ten stories to carry you through the next six months.