This little column, which came out of a conversation with an editor at a Holiday Inn Express in midtown Manhattan, has seen some days. From a celebration of Joan Didion to a Biblical reimagining of “Crazy in Love” to the Christmas tree Dinesh D’Souza wanted to sell you, Entertaining Faith has been a romp. It’s been a place for me to write about the oddities of cultural Christianity and observe (or create) connections between popular culture and the world of faith. It’s been fun.
Recently, though, I’ve been running out of steam when it comes to blogging, and have been feeling like I need a little more time and space to say what I want to say. So with this post, I’ll be retiring Entertaining Faith. I want to say thanks to the team at Religion News Service, especially Cathy Lynn Grossman, for their friendship, encouragement, and mentoring. They have been valued companions, and I am grateful to them.
Thanks to all of you who have read, also. I’m most grateful for your time. You can find me on Twitter at @Lkoturner, if you aren’t over there already. I’ll look forward to seeing you on the internet.