When it comes to politics, the children of old-school evangelicals are undergoing a shift. We have yet to convince our parents we are not rejecting what they have taught us but living it out in a different way. –Alisa Harris, Raised Right page 6.
Ah, to be a millennial evangelical. We live in […]
An intriguing trend is emerging among progressive Christian voices and their connection to small town life in America. While some of these voices may be a part of the mainline, liberal ideology commonly referred to as progressive Christianity, others are just as likely to be labeled evangelical. Some identify themselves with the political left, some […]
Pop music is a sure bet to keep my toddler son happy in the car, so we end up listening to a lot of Top 40 radio as we drive around town running errands. When I first heard Miley Cyrus’ latest single, “Wrecking Ball,” I couldn’t deny the emotional effect the song had on me (despite […]
Currently circling the country is one of the world’s most loved/hated figures: Jesus. No, wait: Yeezus. But I saw it with my own eyes: the new Yeezus tour features Kanye West’s very own personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Move over Bono, Christians have a new spokesperson.
Kanye’s depiction of Jesus may seem, at first, like […]
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