Darrell Gwaltney is dean of School of Religion at Belmont University.
The country-music star’s new album questions the holy trinity of Southern life: identity, racial heritage and faith.
When was the last time you felt like a child? Do you ever try to be childish just for the joy of it?
“Zero Dark Thirty” is a visceral lament upon a decade of conflict and pursuit of one who caused this nation so much pain. Viewing the film creates an opportunity for people to gather communally and remember, grieve and have closure.
The release of Tom Hooper’s Les Misérables film couldn’t have been more timely than at the end of a difficult year.
Have you ever thought of Advent as an unexpected journey? Would you set out on one today if given the chance?
The Bond films are wonderful escapist fare, but they do shine a light into our cultural hopes and fears.
When should we say “retard” when referring to another person? Never. This is a lesson Ann Coulter should learn.