For people who live in New York City, Times Square is a nightmare place, a hellish whirlpool of bodies, noise and capitalism. But this weekend I discovered something new and not awful there.
In “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” Marvel took all the toys that they know the fans want and then smashed them in front of us.
While “Star Trek” has presented itself as a show about exploring strange new worlds, at its heart it has always been about elevating those whom society has ignored.
The misfits of HBO Max’s ‘Somebody Somewhere’ are the kind of loving community we go to church looking for
“Somebody Somewhere” is not a show about religion, but it is in its own way an exploration of what a truly religious community offers—namely, a space of radical acceptance.
The Biden administration’s mask mandate for public transportation has been struck down, and people are now free to do whatever they want on planes and trains. But what should we choose to do?
The Gospel of John has been used to justify anti-Semitism—so we should stop reading it on Good Friday
“The Jews” didn’t kill Jesus. And if the Gospel of John makes people think that, we should read a different Gospel on Good Friday.