Bare-chested Christianity

Don’t get me wrong. I wholeheartedly join in Frank McConnell’s (October 10, 1997) ruling on the merits of ABC’s religious soap opera, Nothing Sacred. Insofar as television can be good—and my tastes are too mainstream to feel any serious need to apologize for the medium per se—this is good television. My only purpose in coming at this thing from a distinctly female perspective (several of my women friends are devoted to the show) is to offer you some reasons...

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About the Author

P. E. Cruise is a practicing attorney. She is currently pursuing a graduate degree in theology.