Anime & Theology: Blue Exorcist

Blue Exorcist is a 2011/2012 anime series (and on-going manga series) about twin teenage brothers Rin and Yukio Okumura. The brothers (shown above) are raised by a Catholic (kind of) Priest and Exorcist named Father Shiro Fujimoto. Yukio got in on a scholarship to the prestigious private school “True Cross Academy” and left home with Rin […]

Music & Theology: Let it Be

Released in 1970, the Beatles’ “Let it Be” is a classic which I recently got my kids to listen to. It’s a classic written and sung by Paul McCartney. It reached the top of the Billboard Hot 100 and debuted at 6 on the charts. That’s a big deal for the Beatles being the highest […]

REWIND: In Defense of an Engendered God

There has been some arguments recently about the gender of the Lord. The Bible traditionally has used the masculine pronoun to define God and I agree with this assertion. Why? I’ll tell you. As trinitarian Christians, we believe in the triune God – God in 3 persons the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. The last […]

Music & Theology: Homies

Warning: The song contains explicit lyrics which are not suitable for children. This week I’m doing something different. This week, we’re going to discuss the 2002 Insane Clown Posse track “Homies” also known as “Juggalo Homies.” It is one of the less hard tracks from the hip hop/horrorcore act. If anything, this song is mellow to […]

Music & Theology: Who Am I Living For

In 2010, Katy Perry released her album Teenage Dream which contained tracks involving drunkenness leading to Friday night three-ways, having sex like teenagers, and begging a dude to show off his penis. In the midst of all the sexually suggestive lyrics comes “Who Am I Living For,” a very introspective song where Perry actually makes three […]

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