Arts & Culture FilmEve TushnetJune 15, 2018
“Hereditary” is a tense and deeply sad horror film that asks incisive questions—and then makes the mistake of giving answers.
Politics & Society FeaturesEve TushnetMay 31, 2018
From the very beginning, Christ came to deliver not only captives but their guards.
Faith FeaturesEve TushnetNovember 16, 2017
A church that can welcome homeless people only at their best will be a church where everybody fears to show their weaknesses.
Arts & Culture TelevisionEve TushnetSeptember 19, 2017
The absurdity of "BoJack Horseman" offers an unrelenting, often devastating look into our own humanity.
Arts & Culture FilmEve TushnetMarch 10, 2017
Under the jump scares and the improvised weapons “Get Out” is subtle and disturbing.
Arts & Culture FilmEve TushnetFebruary 16, 2017
Christianity, with its promise of a new life and an overwhelming love, attracts tumultuous people who feel driven by longings their loved ones can’t understand. What do our churches do with these burning souls?
Faith FeaturesEve TushnetJanuary 24, 2017
How ancient traditions have inspired modern-day Christians to forge new bonds of commitment.
IdeasEve TushnetOctober 16, 2013
I love horror movies because they show me the sublime. I love them for a lot of other reasons too, I admit, depending on my mood. I don’t believe in a grand, unified theory of horror, or of any other genre of film; most genres are a welter of traditions and counter-traditions. Sometimes you wa