Wes Craven, who died yesterday at 76, spent his career searching for religious answers in the most unlikely places.
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.
Duke University freshmen are boycotting “Fun Home” for its depictions of sex. They should probably boycott the Bible, too.
Revelations of Josh Duggar’s cheating have prompted his wife to say she will not leave him. That’s not what forgiveness looks like.
#ThingsJesusNeverSaid is trending on Twitter. It’s a funny hashtag, but does it do more harm than good?
Why are some evangelicals upset by Target’s decision to remove gender-based signs from the toy aisle?
Houston Texans’ running back Arian Foster has revealed that he’s an atheist in a largely Christian NFL. That has a lot of implications, personally and professionally.
If you’re looking for a great book for your last few weeks of summer, look no further: This 15 year-old book deserves new attention.