Why are Christian movies so bad? A call for Christians to get serious about being artists. A look at how evangelical Christians are reinventing the haunted house. Jordan Ballor on the superiority of Christian hospitals. Sophia Mason writes in defense of dancing. In defense of dating: Why it's ok to let go of the courtship. Taking the missionary position: Is it OK for Christians to date non-Christians? An interview with Michael Coogan, author of God and Sex: What the Bible Really Says (and more). A look the 9 most badass Bible verses. It's a known fact that a good pair of shoes can help lessen the aches and pains of weary feet, but can they promote Christian unity? The following are some fashion must-haves if you want to get the Opus Dei look. An article on why dresses and skirts should be the norm for Catholic women (and a response). Kirstin Vander Giessen-Reitsma on becoming a Diva for Jesus. If all are female in respect to God, what then is the fundamental importance of gender, of sexual identity, to the Christian tradition and experience? The manliness of St. Thomas Aquinas: Donald DeMarco on an illuminating and instructive example of the coincidence of manliness and sanctity. Is it okay for Christians to do yoga? Looking back forty years from the vantage of our belly-baring, pants-drooping, tattooed and lip-ringed society, Philip Yancey finds it hard to resurrect the ethos of the late 1960s at a southern Bible college where gentlemen students wore jackets and ties to dinner each evening and all men stood when a female student approached the table. Life in the Late Republic: Most Rev. Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap. on the Catholic role in America after virtue. Kenny Smith on Jesus in Disneyland, the Church of Body Modifications, and postmodern religion in America. A review of To Change the World: The Irony, Tragedy, and Possibility of Christianity in the Late Modern World by James Davison Hunter (and more). A new and improved Christianity: Four reasons that Christianity is going to change the world in new ways. An interview with Becky Garrison, author of Jesus Died for This?: A Satirist’s Search for the Risen Christ (and more).

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