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Sleepy Hollow

Sleepy Hollow
Don't lose your head.
Icabod Crane and the Headless Horseman bring their mysterious battle to the present day.

Our Take:

FOX’s Sleepy Hollow; or, George Washington and Ichabod Crane vs. Evil

FOX’s Sleepy Hollow; or, George Washington and Ichabod Crane vs. Evil

Coyle Neal

Where is America in the Book of Revelation?

This week on Sleepy Hollow: Demons, Germans, and Tin-Foil Hats

This week on Sleepy Hollow: Demons, Germans, and Tin-Foil Hats

Coyle Neal

The truth behind our modern fascination with conspiracy theories.

This Week on Sleepy Hollow: Plague, pestilence, and magical healing power of baptism.

This Week on Sleepy Hollow: Plague, pestilence, and magical healing power of baptism.

Coyle Neal

Baptism will make you wet, but it won't make you pure.

An Americana Cocktail

An Americana Cocktail

J. Ryan Parker

 Last week’s Sleepy Hollow pilot exceeded my expectations with an intriguing narrative that draws heavily from Biblical imagery. 

Today’s TV show, tomorrow’s ‘everybody knows’

Today’s TV show, tomorrow’s ‘everybody knows’

Fred Clark

I'm not trying to write a TV review here. What I'm interested in here is not the way that a TV show like "Sleepy Hollow" reprocesses the raw material of literature, scripture and history, but rather the way that our understanding of literature, scripture and history can be reshaped even by a weird little TV show like "Sleepy Hollow."

This Week on Sleepy Hollow: Forgiveness, Freemasons, and Quaker Witches

This Week on Sleepy Hollow: Forgiveness, Freemasons, and Quaker Witches

Coyle Neal

Is the key to sanctification really just forgiving yourself (Answer: No)

This Week on Sleepy Hollow: Loneliness, the Local Church, & Beheadings Galore

This Week on Sleepy Hollow: Loneliness, the Local Church, & Beheadings Galore

Coyle Neal

True believers stick together. (Also: Paul Revere.)

Truth and History in Sleepy Hollow—Who needs it?

Truth and History in Sleepy Hollow—Who needs it?

Coyle Neal

In which the writers play fast and loose with historical accuracy, again, some more, and Ichabod Crane acquires the ridiculous cultural artifact known as the "fist bump."

Sacred and Profane Places in Sleepy Hollow

Sacred and Profane Places in Sleepy Hollow

Coyle Neal

Should Christians be afraid of Haunted Houses?

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