Burning Man is a collective critique of modernity and a reminder that the ancient pagans knew more about reality and the soul than many appreciate today.
What makes “Game of Thrones” interesting is not its fantasy portrayal of Feudalism or antiquity, but its fictionalized portrayal of the nightly news.
Most “religious nones” or religiously unaffiliated grew up in the church. Is the church creating its own gravediggers?
The costumed attendees of Comic-Con are the heroic early-adopters of a burgeoning spiritual movement.
Life is performance and eating out can be the opportunity for a shareable episode in the drama of other people’s identity performance.
Living lives full of distractions we often find good conversations rare. Yet we long for the connection that a good conversation brings.
Few inventions have had more cultural significance than the launch of the iPhone on June 29, 2007. A whole generation was shaped by it.
The metaphor of the Potterverse points not to childish fairy tales but to adult realities. Narnia was not a childish world in C.S. Lewis’ mind.