Articles by: Nate Roberts
Nathan Roberts is a freelance writer and Midwestern minister. He is also the Co-Founder and US Director of Daylight Center and School in Kenya reaching out to nomadic orphans. He is a critical appreciator of indie and hip-hop music, magical realism, and theology. His life ambition is to explain the problem of evil in one sentence.

Sufjan’s Schizophrenic Playground (album review) 3
by / on February 21, 2011 at 4:20 pm / in Pop Culture, Shattered Faith

Sufjan’s Schizophrenic Playground (album review)

Sufjan Steven’s Age of Adz presents a schizophrenic vision of life and love. For the past decade his fans have witnessed intimate portraits of his life in the idyllic Midwest; the Age of Adz catapults them from temporal to the cosmic plane on an existential rocket ship.

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Why we still need Kanye West (album review) 2
by / on January 27, 2011 at 1:01 pm / in Pop Culture, Shattered Faith

Why we still need Kanye West (album review)

How you would act if all this power belonged to you: 1) Presidents had opinions about you, 2) Millions of dollars were paid for your pictures, 3) Your mother’s tragic death was headline news, 4) Millions saw you at the MTV awards, 5) You could have sex with almost anyone without even trying, Wouldn’t you be trippin’ off the power? [...]

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