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In Season 2 of the Emmy-winning series, the hot priest isn’t the only one who represents a divine listening presence.
A modern musical about African-American history serves as a biblical act of remembrance.
When we’ve seen the worst — in society, in others, in ourselves, in Joker — how are we called to respond?
In its final season, The Good Place will have to decide if we’re justified by works or by grace.
On Threads, Sheryl Crow demonstrates that in song, friendship, and faith, we are always better together.
The band’s Bandito tour served as a stunning case study for what corporate worship could be.
A chance to celebrate all things Tolkien is also a reminder of the ways his beloved hobbits model gratitude, fortitude, and faith.
The captivating video game encourages anthropocentric achievement, but there is another way of playing.
By admitting we’re scared losers, as the heroes of the Stephen King adaptation do, we open ourselves up to accepting God’s grace.
On Lover, the pop icon rightly understands that we are what we love. But love can be even bigger than the album imagines.
In Netflix’s college football series, the idol of invincibility rears its ugly head.
Much like David in Psalm 8, Justin Vernon’s latest release expresses poetic awe at the miracle of being alive.
For young Christians questioning the religion of their youth, the Netflix sci-fi film may carry special resonance.
A pointed episode of the Amazon superhero series suggests that faith built on power is no faith at all.
The Harry Potter mobile game reminds us that God’s story can also be an invigorating part of our daily routines.