Life & Culture

‘Noah’ Blockbuster Has Almost Everything Going For It, Except Diversity

By Bob Smietana 

The new "Noah" movie has everything you’d expect in a biblical blockbuster. Big Hollywood stars. Extravagant special effects. An apocalyptic flood. One thing’s missing though: a hint of ethnic diversity. Read more

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Africa on the Rise: Meet This Generation’s African Artists

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Recently there has been an uprising of African narratives in literature and entertainment in America, find out who the African-born artists are behind the trend. Read more

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Black Man’s Kryptonite: The Booty

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The struggle of lusting over the female derriere is shared by many men, but there is a truth behind the looks and tactics that can help men overcome temptation. Read more

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Should Tyler Perry Sponsor a “Single Moms Night Out?”

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Can a social media campaign get Tyler Perry to put his money where his film is and sponsor a night out for single moms to see “Single Moms Club”? Read more

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On Faith and Doubt: A Review of the Series Premiere of Resurrection

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The new ABC series attempts to show what is really at stake when a loved one is raised from the dead and it is as much about doubt as it is about faith. Read more

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The Faith of Our Fathers: Reclaiming the (North African) Church Fathers

By Jason O. Evans 

Many African-Americans, don’t realize that some of the most influential theologians originated from northern Africa. Find out who they are and how they have influenced Christianity as we know it. Read more

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Churchy Fallacies Are Drivin’ Me ‘Crae

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Lecrae is being attacked for his recent secular appearances. But the problem runs much deeper than one rapper-who’s-a-Christian. Read more

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Because of Rosa Parks…We Can

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Photographer Eunique Jones Gibson introduces her latest portrait in celebration of Black History Month, “Because of Rosa Parks…We Can.” Read more

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Five Reasons To Celebrate Black History Month

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Jemar Tisby, co-founder of the Reformed African American Network, makes a case for the relevance and importance of Black History Month. Read more

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The Real Gospel at the Super Bowl

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Find out how NFL players really get into the spirit during the Super Bowl. Read more

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