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Category Archives: Culture

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TV’s Leap of Faith

Imagine the Hollywood pitch meeting: Producers try to convince cable television executives to green light a new series about a burned out Oklahoma City homicide detective named Grace. She smokes, drinks, swears, looks for love in all the wrong places, and is played by Holly

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Summer Camp, Only Different

Like most kids, I went to camp. Unlike most other kids, I only went once. I hated camp … with a passion. My one and only experience was at Camp Pinnacle – a Christian camp in Clayton, Georgia. I was one of a herd of

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Black Gay & Christian Author Debuts Syndicated TV Talk Show

Herndon L. Davis, author of last year’s controversial book, Black, Gay & Christian, is at it again. Reaching into nearly 16 million households, he is debuting the world’s first black gay/lesbian, TV news/talk show on DirecTV channel 227 and on Comcast Cable TV101 Southern California.

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Converting a Christian Music-Phobe

I’m not a big fan of contemporary Christian music. I think it’s safe to say I’m a “Christian music-phobe” – because my fear of the music is probably irrational, but based in solid criteria. Usually the music is fairly pedestrian, lacking any real hook or

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New TV Show Proclaims ‘Whosoever Believes’

And that means everyone, even those you don’t like I’ve been getting Selma Massey’s hate mail. Ever since Focus on the Family decided to run a piece on their Website about Dr. Massey’s new TV show in Detroit, serendipitously called “Whosoever,” I’ve been deluged. The