Rodney Clapp explores the religious dimensions of popular culture
The Eucharist gives us innumerable gifts, but we may think of its power especially in terms of three.
Like many baptized, praying Christians her age, my daughter is not a regular churchgoer. What difference does it make?
It’s not clear whether Walt will violently lose his life in the Breaking Bad finale. It is bitter irony and justice that he will lose his family.
My wife I took our annual summer trip to Oklahoma, and as usual we visited a host of relatives. Among the deceased relatives I keenly miss on these trips are my grandparents.
The answer that comes out of a tornado is not the kind of answer we want—or at least not one that responds to our agonized questions.
Terrence Malick has become the psalmist of film. His characters continually ask the fundamental questions of theological pursuit.
Rodney Clapp is a writer and editor who focuses on theology and culture.
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