Caring About Culture

Why should Christians care about culture? It’s a good question – and a complicated one, not least because we often define “culture” too narrowly. In this interview over at QIdeas, author Andy Crouch thinks aloud about what culture actually is, and why it should matter to Christians: I think the best way to think about [Read More...]

Joni Eareckson Tada at the Oscars?

The Oscar nominations came out late last week, and there were plenty of reactions all over the internet from movie lovers, critics, and more. But in a move that surprised nearly everyone, the Academy nominated a song from the movie Alone Yet Not Alone for Best Original Song. The shocker for many was that the film—which didn’t [Read More...]

Because Useful

In somewhat weird news, the American Dialect Society has chosen “because” as its word of the year. This is not, of course, a new word – but it took on different shades of meaning in 2013, the New York Times reports on its Arts blog: Ben Zimmer, chairman of the dialect society’s new words committee, [Read More...]

Is Facebook on the Way to Becoming the Next MySpace?

My dog enjoyed the TIME article

Remember MySpace? It was all the rage just a few years ago. In 2006 it became the most visited website in the U.S.  You just had to have a MySpace, especially if you were under 25. But then something happened. Facebook happened. It skyrocketed to the top of the social media ladder, while MySpace plummeted, [Read More...]


CLOSE | X

HIDE | X