Upon getting home I discovered much to my pleasure that Geez indeed has its own website. It's subtitle is "holy mischief in an age of fast faith." I have to admit that I felt a real resonance here, if not with the whole magazine, but the "theology of the smirk" that seems to echo out of it. One of the troubles with the Christian Faith, particularly in North America is how domesticated it has become. There is now a movement afoot trying to reclaim that sense of subversiveness that the Roman Empire once saw as a threat to its powerbase.
As the editors of the magazine like to say, they would rather use humour and mischief "Because it’s time we untangle the narrative of faith from the fundamentalists, pious self-helpers and religio-profiteers."
I think I've found a church-related magazine outside of the Presbyterian Record that I'd like to subscribe to.