Laura Turner is a writer and editor living in San Francisco. In addition to being a regular contributor to Christianity Today’s “Her.meneutics” blog, she has also written for publications such as Books & Culture and The Bold Italic. She is interested in the intersection of church and culture.
Why do the Covington Catholic kids get the benefit of the doubt?
(RNS) — The national conversation about the confrontation at the Lincoln Memorial should always have been how we treat Native Americans, older people, and the marginalized, not whether a white kid got a bad rap in the media.
Stephen Colbert performs liturgical dance to “King of Glory”
Stephen Colbert dances-you won’t want to miss it.
Hillary Clinton, Nancy Reagan, and Rock Hudson on AIDS
Hillary Clinton plays political con game in praising Nancy Reagan for her work on AIDS.
Dinesh D’Souza, convicted felon, does a scare video on Hillary Clinton
The video, by a man convicted of stealing, portrays her as leading a vast dark plot to “steal America.”
Pope’s comments could help Trump with evangelicals
Few people could spin a Papal denunciation into campaign gold. Donald Trump can.
Mark Driscoll rises from the ashes in Phoenix (COMMENTARY)
(RNS) Mark Driscoll, pastor of Mars Hill Church in Seattle until he resigned in 2014, announced that he was setting up The Trinity Church in Phoenix.