Religion and Cultural Friction: Are the Two Related?
- November 15, 2019
In the Christian circles I hang out in, Chick-fil-A is a bit of an icon. Whether it’s grabbing a bite to eat or even working there, Chick-fil-A is wound into the social fabric. Known for being closed on Sundays and …READ MORE
William Shakespeare’s play Hamlet is considered by some to be the single greatest story ever written.
Hamlet has it all: ghosts, sword fights, suicide, revenge, lust, murder, philosophy, faith, manipulation, and a climactic bloodbath worthy of a Tarantino film. It’s …READ MORE
Target’s decision to not only stock but give pride of place to transgender-themed children’s clothing has sent shock waves through the national media and the retail industry this week.
It isn’t the first time the retailer—one of America’s largest—has missed …READ MORE
Earlier this year, Snapchat released a new feature to all users of its popular social media platform. Called “My AI,” this resource allows users to hold text conversations with a specialized chatbot. The technology works similarly to other …READ MORE
In “To Lucasta, On Going to the Wars,” Richard Lovelace (1618–1657) writes of a soldier who laments leaving the “chaste breast and quiet mind” of his mistress to embrace “a sword, a horse, a shield.” But he concludes …READ MORE
This machine leads to the shadowy tip of reality; open the screen and you’re on your way to the land of the different, the bizarre, the unexplainable… Take as long as you like on your journey. Your limits are only …READ MORE