Is the Internet God? It's not an entirely silly question. Today's digital age has given rise to an entity that seems to be all-seeing and all-knowing. So how high up the deo-meter does the World Wide Web go?
Or, to put that headline another way, "The More You Like It, the More You Need to Think About It." What kind of damage are we doing to our souls when we rationalize indulging in entertainment we know we should say no to?
Plugged In's Paul Asay takes a long look at his own family to try to answer one of parenting's hardest questions: When do we stop teaching and start trusting our kids to make their own entertainment choices?
What's that guy doing waving his iPhone around behind you in the coffee line? Read on to find out.
Godless Hollywood? Hardly. The entertainment industry is talking openly and explicitly about faith, religion and spirituality these days. But not always in the way you might want.
What happens when everyone decides they're in love with themselves? Researchers Jean M. Twenge and W. Keith Campbell have spent a whole lot of time looking into cultural mirrors to answer that question.
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