Another day, another blog post by a pastor telling women to be modest. Why I’d rather meet at the river.
Author Archives: Laura Turner
About Laura Turner
Laura Turner is a writer and editor living in San Francisco. In addition to being a regular contributor to Christianity Today’s “Her.meneutics” blog, she has also written for publications such as Books & Culture and The Bold Italic. She is interested in the intersection of church and culture.
The Oscar nominations are out, and some of the snubs are so outrageous I had to let the GIFs speak for me.
Kirk Cameron’s movie was a massive failure, so now he wants you to buy his “Saving Christmas” coffee. Seriously.
A radical feminist protestor tried to run away with Baby Jesus at the Vatican on Christmas Day.
Christian organization Invisible Children, creators of viral video Kony 2012, will close down in 2015.
Mark Wahlberg wants an official pardon of his racist and criminal past. It shouldn’t be that easy.
In light of the decision not to indict the officer who killed Eric Garner, angry folks are taking to Twitter to vent–and to listen.