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Sincere Faith and the Great Pumpkin

It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown! is not about the sacred in opposition to the secular but a striving to find the sacred within the secular.

Wilder Adkins’ Oak & Apple, Free for CaPC Members

Have you ever felt like you’re hearing an old hymn for the very first time?

The CaPC 25 Episode 25: ‘The Innocents’, ‘Midnight Special’, and ‘I Used to Be A Human Being’

‘The Innocents’, ‘Midnight Special’, and ‘I Used to Be A Human Being’ are up for including on The CaPC 25 for 2016 as special guest Kevin Mclennithan joins the crew this week.

What will be the creative legacy of No Man’s Sky?

No Man’s Sky presents ideas that are ambitious enough to leave lasting impressions on the future of game making.

Persuasion: Hillary Clinton Is A Human

Hillary Clinton is a human, she was diagnosed with pneumonia, and the whole world’s in an uproar. Reports of her illness flooded news outlets in an attempt to give meaning to this SHOCKING turn of events.

Bought with a Price: Fixer Upper and Our Relics of Comfort

While Protestants want to call every believer a saint, we reserve a particular esteem for some of our more public faithful.

The CAPC Digest: Superman, Diversity, and Redemption

Drew and Tyler chat with Blain Grimes about comics and his recent article “New Super-Man Reinvents the Superhero Redemption Story.”

Seeing and Believing: An Interview with Oliver Stone and A Review of ‘Sully’

Wade and Kevin bring you an interview with Oliver Stone about his films, life and belief. The second segment is the duo’s impressions on Clint Eastwood’s ‘Sully’

Being There by Dave Furman, Free for CaPC Members

Dave Furman’s Being There is intended to help us navigate life with those who are suffering.

Bidding Farewell to Garrison Keillor’s Church

Keillor had no interest in presenting a scrubbed and gleaming version of the church and its people to the world; if anything, his stories tend in the opposite direction.

Telling My Story: The Limits of Personal Narrative

The standard explanation for the power of personal narrative is that out of a particular experience, the universal one can be understood, or at least felt, if only briefly.

The Stories Our Churches Tell

While the story of scripture and the story of America are not always in conflict, they are not the same story.

Persuasion: Doing 10 Minutes of Nothing Each Day

Doing 10 Minutes of Nothing Each Day sounds insane in a culture where we are driven to perform and produce. Erin and Hannah give an ounce of Persuasion that 10 minutes of nothing each day might be a great idea.

Loving My Prodigal Country

How, in the face of such divisiveness, rage, resentment, and hatred, does one go on loving the country where it’s all taking place?

Seeing and Believing: An Interview with Derek Cianfrance and Fall Movie Preview

Derek Cianfrance, director of ‘Light Between Oceans’ joins Wade and Kevin to talk about the upcoming film. The duo then list off their most anticipated films for the Fall 2016 awards season.

A Country Rightly Loved

Rightly ordering our loves allows for patriotism and love of country, but it prevents nationalism and idolization of country.