When Christians Resort to Lazy Gender Stereotypes, Both Women and Men Suffer

We forget that the Church’s role is not to baptize toxic masculinity, but rather, to redeem true masculinity.

Call for Pitches: Change from the Inside Out

Write for our magazine! Submit a pitch by 12/1 for a feature article on the theme of change from the inside out.

Harvey Weinstein and Sexualized Pop Culture Call for Prophetic Engagement

Harvey Weinstein’s scandals unearth the exploitation of women in movies and TV, hidden in plain sight.

Call for Pitches: Family

Write for our magazine! Submit a pitch by 11/2 for a feature article on the theme of family.

The Kingdom of God Is Like a Sticky Movie Theater Floor and a Neighborhood Concert

When people are wary of the church, these places show us what community can be: parties, music, good food, experiencing a good story, and the careful art of negotiating communal relationships.

Rethinking the Rainbow: Hope after Miscarriage

Not all women who walk through miscarriage will hold a rainbow baby.

Wisdom in the Summer Garden

Unlike the pitcher, the gardener cannot rely on her own strength to get her very far. Can she, after all, cause a seed to sprout?

VidAngel Let Me Remove the Sex from Game of Thrones, so Why Do I Still Feel Like a Pervert?

The VidAngel approach to Game of Thrones forced me to think critically about why I watch the things I do.

Call for Pitches: The Supernatural

Write for our magazine! Submit a pitch by 10/2 for a feature article on the theme of the supernatural.

Hurricane Irma and the Edge-Walkers

Hurricane Irma has become a giant Rorschach test, producing whatever revelations that the beholder wants.

Apply to become a CxPC Editor-in-Training

Calling young visionaries! Apply to our editor-in-training program and become a future leader of CxPC.

Evangelicals at the Immigration Crossroads: Justice for DREAMers

Justice and mercy demand an answer for DREAMers, even as we as a nation expend great effort to secure the border and uphold the rule of law.

CAPC Magazine, Special Summer Edition: Some Some Summertime

Summer is the season for dreaming, for change, for rebirth, for confession. Read all about it in this special edition of the Christ and Pop Culture Magazine.

Dirty Dancing and Shrugging off the Dance Floor

My tears at Dirty Dancing stem from all that I’ve been told about being single.

The Total Eclipse and the Sublime God

The total eclipse can remind us that God, like nature, is also powerful, awful, and sublime.

Pass the Avocado Toast: The Limits of Self-Care

Practicing others-care isn’t instinctive, as self-care might be, but it is important.