Our Bi-Monthly Look at Faith, Life and Culture


The Return of Rob Bell

Can the polarizing author and former pastor make the jump to TV? Read More

Though Darren Aronofsky’s Noah was a certified hit (it brought in more than $300 million globally in its first month), it drummed up as much controversy as it did ticket sales. Read More

'The Shack' Heads to Hollywood

The controversial book is getting a big-screen adaptation Read More

Every day, millions of coffee drinkers turn to their favorite flavor of java for morning kick-starts and afternoon pick-me-ups. But several brands are using the daily beverage fixture to do more than just provide customers with a high-end brew—they’re changing lives around the world. Here’s a look at five coffee makers employing philanthropy, ethical business practices and fair trade values into their products—ensuring a great cup of coffee and real social change. Read More

Well, what dost thou knoweth? According to recent research, the King James Bible is far and away the most popular translation among Americans.

According to the Center for the Study of Religion and American Culture at Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis’ “The Bible in American Life” report, 55 percent of American Bible readers preferred the classic KJV translation, compared to 19 percent who chose the NIV (the second most popular). Read More

She’s written a best-selling book (2011’s Bossypants), broken new ground in late-night (she was Saturday Night Live’s first female head writer) and become a comedy mainstay on TV and the big screen. Tina Fey’s reign as comedy queen will continue this fall as she oversees sitcoms on two major networks. Read More