Arts & Culture

A human-like figure with angel wings rears it's head toward the sky.

There are many interesting depictions of hell, but Nathan Frankowski’s uninspired take on faith dulls any of its more entertaining instincts.

The book Grace Can Lead Us Home by Kevin Nye has a cover showing a maze in the shape of a house. The book is floating in the air, cast against a pale yellow background.

Grace Can Lead Us Home argues that a merit-based model for providing housing is the opposite of God's given grace.

A son embraces his mother from behind, who lift up their hands together to clap.

Three culture recommendations from our editors.

Uncle Clifford (Nicco Annan), the owner of The Pynk strip club, stands beside Lil' Murda (J. Alphonse Nicholson) as they look off in the distance.

A TV show about a fictional strip club shows us that the presence of God resides in everyone and works everywhere.

A woman is pictured holding up a fork full of noodles to her smiling mouth while posing for a photo

These movies ‘shish-kebab’ the rich — and whet our appetites for a more inclusive and righteous banquet.

An illustration of a black woman with headphones on is closing her eyes with the side of her face to the viewer. Another woman has her back turned with a tattoo of Lauryn Hill on her neck.

If you listen to the album The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill with an open heart and fresh ears, I believe that you will encounter God in new ways.

A 3D cartoon illustration of a Black man points to the sky with a smile as he wears a virtual reality headset. He is surrounded by vibrant shapes.

‘On earth as it is in Wakanda’ can be made flesh in our world today.

In his new book, Vincent W. Lloyd provides vocabulary for the struggle against the world’s systems of domination.