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1. The Flabby Body of Christ
By Stephen W. Simpson |
November 12, 2009

Why is church so dull? A psychotherapist diagnoses the Sunday ritual.

 

2. Not Doing It
By Jon Busch | July 15, 2009

Evangelicals try to outdo American culture’s obsession with sex.

 

3. Get Over It
By The Editors | November 13, 2009

The current obsession with definition is too late to save evangelicalism.

 

4. Fear Factor
By David Sessions | December 7, 2009

When evangelical organizations use homophobia and political dishonesty to motivate members to contribute.

 

5. Losing Their Salt
By The Editors | September 11, 2009

Christian magazines’ sudden interest in swearing is late to the party—and misses the point.

 

6. The Exorcism of Bobby Jindal’s Intimate Friend
By Alisa Harris | February 25, 2009

In a 1994 essay, G.O.P. star Bobby Jindal relives an incredible story of unrequited love … and demons.

 

7. Dear Jon Favreau
By Sharon Pelletier | January 19, 2009

I know you’re spending Martin Luther King day writing Obama’s inaugural address. But reading this could change your life.

 

8. Cancel the Carrie Show
By David Sessions | May 12, 2009

Miss California, Christians and culture-war grandstanding.

 

9. Getting Naked
By J. Marcus Weekley | March 20, 2009

A study of nudity in Milk, The Reader, and Watchmen.

 

10. Not Asking for a Black Eye
By John Wofford
| August 17, 2009

Derek Webb discusses his new album, Stockholm Syndrome.

 
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0 Responses to A Time to Move On

  1. Andy says:

    I went to the Rosemont show last night. Very disappointed to have it at the Allstate Arena where the seats are so small. There are so many btteer venues to choose in this area. I have been to the tour every single year since the start with the season 2 cast. The show was jam-packed with dancing, but it felt horribly rushed. It felt like they were just trying to get it over with as fast as possible. It was also a shame to hear that Sasha and Missy were not able to perform and many of the numbers seemed bare without them. The whole show felt like it was missing a lot of content, which I predict is because Sasha’s dances most likely just got cut. It was even worse to see them bring out the set for the breakfast table dance and then just take it away. Major tease. If they had to cut her dances out, why not replace them with some other ones? The 7:00 show started 15 minutes late, had a 30 minute intermission, and finished before 9:30. I defeinitely felt like we missed out on performances that were cut because of the injured dancers. The show also felt like it was lacking in energy. I missed the dramatic beginnings where the contestants would all come out with a high energy dance, say hello to the crowd and introduce themselves. Because the contestants did not speak, it was really hard to connect with the show. In all of the years past, I left feeling like I was at a great show that I would love to see again, but this year, I left with negative feelings.

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