There’s plenty of horror and tragedy in the real world—let alone in the movies. But then again, the Bible isn’t exactly G-rated, either. How should Christians approach these darker depictions in cultural art?
Brett McCracken writes an article for RELEVANT looking more deeply at film during this awards season.
Brett McCracken writes an article for RELEVANT about the rise of the ironic class, and how Christians should think about irony.
Brett McCracken writes a feature for RELEVANT about our fascination with disaster movies—why do we like to watch the end of the world so much?
RELEVANT looks at the culture of free and how it impacts the music industry—and how downloading for free might be good for consumers and artists.
Brett McCracken considers the question of cussing and the Christian, wondering how our language might affect our witness.
Brett McCracken considers the fallout from our constant connection to technology and wonders what it’s doing to our relationship with God.
A preview of the 2009 Oscar’s, including predictions and complaints.
The Facebook “25 Random Things” sensation is the first legitimate pop culture phenomenon of 2009. And it’s almost universally regarded as stupid. And yet in the last week, five million…