Rodney Clapp explores the religious dimensions of popular culture
My wife and I used to visit a bookstore at least once a week. We can’t anymore, unless we drive 20 minutes to the now nearest one.
Snow can be tiresome, even deadly, but it can also be a sign of holiness and of hope.
All zombie plots include great hordes of the stalking dead. But the genre is maturing.
Since the years of Reagan and Thatcher, we have heard a steady drumbeat about the limitations of government. But what about the limitations of the free market?
We owe our homeland patriotism, but not just any kind of patriotism—because just as we don't choose our parents, neither do we choose our country of origin.
Rodney Clapp is a writer and editor who focuses on theology and culture.
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