Madonna’s Guilt, Gaga’s Monsters, Lewis’s Plan All Along
Sez The Atlantic‘s Spencer Kornhaber, in a piece on Lady Gaga’s theology: Gaga-Madonna comparisons […] are played out—yes, both singers are ethnic Italians, raised Catholic, and artistically chameleonic—but remain instructive. For example, compare Born This Way with 1989’s Like a Prayer. Both are self-consciously artsy statements that lean heavily on their creators’ Catholic backgrounds. But Like a Prayer…
Naked and Guilty
Young Christians encounter sex, violence, and the eros of evangelicalism in a Texas hell house.