Culture

Should Conservatives Oppose the Death Penalty?

By Clifton Stringer
The Boston Globe's Leon Neyfakh reports, in a May 25 story ("The conservative case against the death penalty"), on opposition to the death penalty from within the Republican… read more

The Monolith in the Middle of the Room

By Jerrod Hugenot
In this day of multi-platform media habits with iPhones, tablets and other hand-helds making stationary tech (PCs, TVs, you name it) obsolete, it is inevitable that we find… read more

Appointment Time Again!

By Ed Trimmer
The two point charge I have been serving got the word they will be receiving a full-time male local pastor who has not been divorced and is married but without children and who… read more

‘Noah’ Blockbuster Has Almost Everything Going for It, Except Diversity

By Bob Smietana
(RNS) The new Noah movie has everything you’d expect in a biblical blockbuster.  Big Hollywood stars. Extravagant special effects. An apocalyptic flood. There’s… read more

Holy Lent! Batman

By Jerrod Hugenot
The internet melted when I posted a reflection on churches and insights from Downton Abbey. Like the Queen, I am most amused. I enjoy exploring popular culture. Indeed, a look… read more

Resident Aliens: Wesleyan Politics

By William H. Willimon
Resident Aliens is ecclesiology written by Stanley Hauerwas and me, two erstwhile Wesleyans who weren’t thought to have an adequate ecclesiology. Stanley and I drew a line… read more
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