Author: Christopher D. Cunningham
Christopher D. Cunningham is the managing editor of Public Square magazine. He lives in San Antonio, Texas, with his wife and three children.
Between Coco and The Good Place pop culture sure wants the afterlife to end. Is that because our religious culture isn’t providing a better vision?Read More
The “biggest religious freedom case” of the Supreme Court’s current term may have more to do with the complicated relationship between courts, regulatory agencies, and state legislators than religion.Read More
The experience of faith has changed a lot this decade, with some significant changes arguably arising from how faith has responded to the ascendance of the social web.Read More
If we’re only feeling angrily estranged by the Supreme Court, maybe we’re missing something important. These stories might leave you strangely hopeful.Read More
In an exclusive interview, author Steven Collis talks about his latest book, ‘Deep Conviction,’ and the dialogue surrounding religious freedom.Read More