Why Christians Aren’t Funny (Homebrewed CultureCast)

A couple weeks ago, Relevant Magazine published an essay on Christianity’s tenuous relationship with humor titled Why Christians Aren’t Funny. Christian and Jordan consider themselves moderately funny and definitely students of comedy, so they invited the article’s author, Larry Shallenberger, on to discuss the topic of Christians and their weak-ass senses of humor. Larry is [Read More...]

My Fascination with the Amish Mafia

Three nights ago, I awoke to four words that portend nothing good in the family’s future. They came from sweet little Zoe, who stood by the side of my bed, staring at me through the dark with those big, four-year-old eyes. “Daddy,” she said, “I threw up.” The bug quickly made the rounds through the [Read More...]

Peter Rollins on God, Gin and Zombies (Homebrewed CultureCast)

This week, Jordan Green and Christian Piatt mosey up to the bar for a chat with pyro-theologian Peter Rollins, author of “Insurrection” and the forthcoming “The Idolatry of God” (Jan, 2013). They talk about the Death Drive, why billionaires aren’t actually selfish and how we’ve made an idol out of the beliefs we often claim [Read More...]

Homebrewed CultureCast is Blowing Up – HELP!

Homebrewed Christianity CultureCast is listed today as “New and Noteworthy” in religion podcasts…This is a big opportunity for us to gain some serious traffic, but we need help! Please go to this link, rank it, share a review and subscribe. If it gains traction, it could have a chance to blow up. According to Tripp [Read More...]

From Sex to Satan, Some Churches Will Try Anything

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I wrote a piece earlier this week about Pastor Ed Young and his wife doing a 24-hour live webcast in bed from the roof of their church to promote their new book, Sexperiment: 7 Days to Lasting Intimacy With Your Spouse. Though I’m glad evangelical churches have begun talking more openly about sex in recent [Read More...]

Our family video project: PULP CHRISTMAS

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My LOST prediction: Who will be the hero?

In a recent interview for a radio show about LOST, I was asked a lot about the coming end of the show, including who I thought the hero or heroes ultimately would be. Though I honestly hadn’t thought much about it, the person that we all tended to agree on surprised even me. [Read more...]


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