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    Paul Asay

    Paul Asay

    Paul Asay is an Associate Editor for Plugged In, a popular Web site that reviews and critiques movies, music, television and the wider culture from a Christian point of view. The site itself receives about 1 million hits every month and, in 2010, received the Award of Excellence for Best Online Publication from the Evangelical Press Association. Paul was also honored individually in 2010 by the EPA, winning the Higher Goals award for Best Article Series for his eight-part It’s Not Just a Movie package. He also has written for a number of other print and online publications, including Christianity Today, YouthWorker Journaland Beliefnet.com.

    Before beginning his tenure at Plugged In, Paul spent several years working at The Gazette, Colorado Springs’ daily newspaper. He was the paper’s religion reporter for about four years, covering Colorado Springs’ ever-exciting religious community and profiling such figures as James Dobson of Focus on the Family, Compassion International’s Wess Stafford, and Ted Haggard, former president of the National Association of Evangelicals. During his tenure, Paul received a number of local and national awards for his work from the Colorado Press Association, the Associated Press and the American Association of Sunday and Feature Editors.

    Paul has been married to Wendy Asay for 20 years, and they have two children: Colin, 19, and Emily, 16. They live in Colorado Springs.

    Books

    God on the Streets of Gotham: What the Big Screen Batman Can Teach Us About God and Ourselves

    God on the Streets of Gotham: What the Big Screen Batman Can Teach Us About God and Ourselves