Category: Culture


Do What Thou Wilt 

Fellow cronies! I have excellent news! We have just found an epically awesome way of initiating project Fornicate version 987.5.1.559956! {CHEERING} Sure sure, the name is a little stale but give us time… give us time.


#Mustfall Movements And The Gospel 

In the midst of all these #mustfall movements, I’m wondering if we’re engaging in the correct battle.

Social justice has always been important to the Lord. He has always been a God for the disenfranchised and the oppressed in society, a God who cares for the widows and orphans. He is a God of Justice and He will judge wrongdoings.


The Curious Case of Faith and Work 

Growing up in the 90’s, I thought Christian art was flaky. Unoriginal. Uninspired. Bland… yet godly. The mini art critic in me could spot from a mile away that the perm fixed in the depiction of Jesus that we see in Catholic art was far from me – and almost everyone else too. But it was art. Christian art. So, when I started considering the claims of Christianity, the art work I was exposed to made the culture seem narrow and detached.