Arts & Culture
‘Nope’ opens with a quote from one of the Bible’s minor prophets. The effect, is, well, horrifying.
Right now, our lives seem to be all about sitting with painful, tangled questions. It makes sense that our art should be, too.
Churches across the globe exclude some of the most violent biblical texts from our worship services, creating an absence that haunts us.
Comedy gives way to tragedy in the new film starring Sterling K. Brown.
The Apple TV+ docuseries introduces us to dozens of trailblazing women who are living lives of justice, truth, love, leadership, humor, and reconciliation.
An excerpt from Aurelia Dávila Pratt’s book, ‘A Brown Girl’s Epiphany: Reclaim Your Intuition and Step Into Your Power.’
Mary Oliver often explored big existential questions with the unlikeliest of philosophical partners: moss, roses, geese, dogs, waves.
Amazon Studios’ new series asks: How can we tell darkness from light?
‘The Rehearsal’ is a fascinating journey through the mind of a man determined to control difficult situations so no one gets hurt.
‘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.’