Neil Gaimans klassiska barnbok Coraline, om den 11-åriga flicka som upptäcker en spegelvänd värld i sitt nya hus, blir opera. Sagan riktar sig till barn och unga, och sätts upp på Folkoperan våren 2020.
Pastor Mike answers the question, “Do Christians really need to go to church with all the resources available in our digital world?”
10 Must-Read Empowering Books for Every Woman
All women need to be reminded, occasionally, that we are incredibly strong, dynamic, beautiful goddesses inside. Here are 10 books for woman to feel strong, empowered, and supported:
How God Messed Up My Happy Atheist Life
I had no untapped, unanswered yearnings. All was well in the state of Denmark. And then it wasn’t.
Ben Wa Balls: What Are They and What Can They Do for Your Sex Life?
They go by lots of different names including Kegal Balls,Venus ball, geisha balls, and Burmese balls. They’re also rumored to take your sex life from good to great. But what are ben wa balls? Are there really any benefits to using them and, if so, what are they? Most importantly, are ben wa balls a …
THE THREE BETHS: Five Questions with Jeff Abbott
You'd be hard pressed to find a more versatile writer working in the thriller
'There's nothing like it in comics' … how Love and Rockets broke the rules
It’s the groundbreaking comic whose characters have aged along with its readers – and Neil Gaiman is a huge fan
What a neighborhood bookstore should be...
How Long Will It Take to Read President Obama’s Essential Books? You Don’t Want to Know
POTUS gave WIRED his essential books list. This is how long it would take to read them.
Why This Christian Doesn't Need a Perfect Bible
Either the Bible is true or it isn’t. Chances are if you’ve spent any time in church or engaged in religious debate with a Christian, you’ve encountered this sentence in one form or another. It’s the premise that the Bible is an all-or-nothing proposition; either inerrant and without blemish—or useless. This idea often surfaces during some moment of… Continue Reading Why This Christian Doesn’t Need a Perfect Bible