Not Walking the Line 

Not Walking the Line

A new HBO series starring Memphian Ginnifer Goodwin has some folks talking Armageddon. The show, Big Love, about a modern-day Salt Lake City polygamist and his ,uh, families, prompts this comment from Albert Mohler, president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary: “Now, marriage faces what might be its most severe question — whether it can survive the corrosive effects of America’s postmodern culture.”

Goodwin, a graduate of Lausanne Collegiate School, is coming off her star turn in I Walk the Line, in which she played Johnnie Cash's long-suffering first wife. Gennifer's musical tastes go way beyond country, however. Her IPod mix includes the likes of The White Stripes, Massive Attack, Joni Mitchell, Sia, and Wilco, to name a few. Check out Gennifer's interview at HBO.

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