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Dr. Mary McCampbell is Associate Professor of Humanities at Lee University, where she teaches courses in postmodern theory and fiction, film and philosophy, and cultural studies. She is currently working on a book titled Postmodern Prophetic: The Religious Impulse in Contemporary Fiction.

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How ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’s Twisted Theology Reflects America’s Sins

Margaret Atwood, author of the 1985 feminist dystopian novel, The Handmaid’s Tale, recently told People…

How ‘Children of Men’ Hid a Hopeful Message Inside Its Apocalyptic Background

In Unpacking the Apocalypse, RELEVANT contributor Mary McCampbell explores the end-times of pop-culture for truth, meaning…

20 Years Later, ‘The Matrix’ Is Much More Than a Sermon Illustration

In Unpacking the Apocalypse, RELEVANT contributor Mary McCampbell explores the end-times of pop-culture for truth,…

‘The Hate U Give’ Invites Us to Be Witnesses, Not Voyeurs, of the Black Experience

In one of the most evocative scenes from The Hate U Give, Starr (Amandla Stenberg)…

Meet the Shoe Designer Who Puts His Faith In Every Sole

John Fluevog is one of the most accomplished artists you have probably never heard of.…