Some Christians have been outspoken against the “Magic Mike” movies. Is there room for fun in the Christian cultural experience?
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.
Dylann Roof told the world he was motivated by race. Why do we have such a hard time accepting that?
“Game of Thrones” ended season 5 with the death of a major character. Some people think he’s coming back, but they’re wrong.
Instapray is an app that lets you share prayers with people across the world–it’s easy to judge, but is there anything good about it?
Jon Krakauer’s new book “Missoula” and an episode of “Game of Thrones” have brought the issue of rape to the forefront of pop culture.
“Godinterest” is a Christian Pinterest, but for the love of God, can we stop with the Christian versions of popular products?
New app Collide is billed as “Tinder for Christians.” But are its founders Christians, and does that matter?