Call for Pitches: Summertime

Write for our magazine! Submit a pitch for a feature article on the theme of summertime.

Voyager, Blind Willie Johnson, and Our Shared Humanity

If Voyager encounters alien life, what will the spacecraft and the record it carries tell about the human race?

CAPC Magazine, June 2017: Songs of Deliverance

Musicians deftly tear down old structures through artistic assault.

The History of Pews Is Just as Terrible and Embarrassing as You’d Imagine

Despite the advent of stadium-style seating and auditorium-like worship halls, the simple, ancient pew endures.

Stunt Food and the Desire for Perpetual Novelty

Stunt food, pursued in the name of novelty, turns out to be more of the same old, same old.

CAPC Magazine, May 2017: Soul Sisters

Sisterhood truly is a powerful force.

Sowing Seeds of Truth: Art’s Transcendent Power

God never intended for us to create artificial barriers between ourselves and art, one of His greatest gifts to us.

How Seventh-Day Adventists Convinced You to Eat Breakfast Cereal

We devote huge amounts of time and energy guilting each other over what we eat.

Tabloids, Podcasts, and the Ineffable Human

I listen because tabloids aren’t cool but podcasts are. I listen because it is human to be fascinated with other humans’ behavior. I listen because I want to know about the weird, the glamorous, the famous, the infamous, the ordinary.

Call for Pitches: Sisterhood

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Baiting the Bull: A Closer Look at Fearless Girl

Symbols like Fearless Girl, when understood and used properly, remind us of what we’re fighting for.

Personality Tests: Knowing God Through Knowing Ourselves

Our personalities are complex and varied, of course, and no one test can truly capture how fearfully and wonderfully made each of us is.

Moving Past the Purity Movement

It’s time to find a way past the Purity Movement that helps us fuse what we know about sex with what we know about God and how he wants us to live.

For the Love of S-Town

S-Town bears out the shared fate of body and place.

Missing Richard Simmons and the Grace of Reciprocity

Missing Richard Simmons provides a detailed look into the complexity of human relationships and the deep need we have for truly reciprocal relationships.

Robert P. George, Cornel West and the Gift of Civil Disagreement

If our nation’s leading intellectuals can disagree with each other and still be civil, why can’t the rest of us do the same?