***** Update: Voting is now closed. We have a winner! 2017 March Gladness Champion Whit ***** Well…here we are, folks. It’s been an emotional ride. This will be the final tournament post; check back to see who is crowned champion. ***** Okay, so here’s what’s already happened: Round one Round one podcast breakdown Round two
***** Update: Final four voting is closed–head on over to the Championship round to continue voting! Guys, it’s been a chaotic, emotionally-charged tournament. Feelings have been hurt. Relationships have been tested. We began with 64 teams; now we are down to four. I, too, have felt the sting of disappointment: My prediction of a Song of Solomon
***** Update: Round 4 voting has ended. The next round will be posted soon. Again, let me start by acknowledging the other Christianity brackets that readers have made me aware of: Zack Hunt’s bracket Best Christian Book bracket Lent Madness Episcopal budget bracket Church Song Bracket Now then. A moment of reflection for the Round 3
***** Update: Round 2 voting has ended. Check out the results below, or head over to Round 3 to continue voting! Welcome back! First, a moment for all the Round 1 losers: Farewell, sweet princes and princesses; you were too beautiful for this tournament. [pours out cranberry juice on kitchen floor] Let’s get to it.
***** Update: Round 1 voting has ended. Check out the results below, listen to a breakdown on the podcast, and head over to Round 2 to continue voting! Region 1 One is the flagship of evangelicalism. Kellie Copeland was on a really bad Christian children’s TV show, but 14-year-old me would like it entered into the
***** Every so often, like clockwork, Christian culture just sort of spazzes out over what people wear. Sometimes we fight over whether dudes should have earrings or saggy britches, but most of the time we fight over what women wear. This is because women are the ones with the breasts. Christians tend to get fixated