The Wheel of Time’s Religious Themes
The first season of The Wheel of Time contains many religious symbols and themes, such as Yin and Yang and...
The Wheel of Time and Objectification
Games of Thrones< normalized gratuitous sexual content in high fantasy, but The Wheel of Time is challenging that expectation.
The Deadliest Game
Although Squid Game is supposed to be a critique of capitalism, does the show truly reflect the nature of capitalism?
JP Saxe Explores Modern Love
The song “4:30 in Toronto” is dominated by the tension between what the culture says is true about love and...
The Root of Evil: Sin or Systems?
The implication of J. Cole's “pride.is.the.devil” is that if people are broken, we cannot fix society just by targeting the...
Spiritual Deconstruction and Emotional Integration
On its own, deconstruction is only destructive. However, if deconstruction is used as a way to tear down inadequate or...
The One About Friends
With an abundance of newer series across various television channels and streaming services, why is the quintessential nineties show Friends...
The Shield and the Cross
What will our Christian legacy be? Will we love at all costs at the risk of losing our own importance,...
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A Reflection on Reflect
We've noticed the same powerful worldview ideas recurring in our culture: truth, technology, and identity.
A close listen to Kanye’s albums released since his conversion leaves the listener with the question, What is Kanye’s Christianity?
Dune: The Spice of Spirituality
There is something about stories that portray ‘spirituality’ like Dune that attracts people to them and pulls at something buried...
Dopesick: Sick on Suffering
What is suffering, and what should we do about it?
On C.S. Lewis, Reason, Rationality, and Revelation
If Christians are going to use apologetics to witness to people, they must be careful to rely on the truth...