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The CAPC Digest #40: Searching For A Virtual Reality

Drew and Tyler chat with Stephen Addcox about the longing for a better world that is present both in pop culture’s handling of virtual reality.

Cool Takes: The Snowpocalypse of Privilege

This week in whiteness: a huge snowstorm and Macklemore’s “White Privilege II”.

How Trump Happened: The Wages of Fear and the Brave Way Forward

Trump’s rise to political prominence reveals the need for conservative evangelicals to offer a better, truer, more just vision of our country.

Persuasion Episode 46: Wedding Weight Loss Trends

The wedding diet, bridal weight loss and online support communities are the subject of conversation for Erin and Hannah in this fast chat episode of Persuasion.

Touchdown Jesus: Should You Rebuke a Sports Fanatic?

Sports fanaticism is not merely moral; it is, in many instances, helpful, praiseworthy, and good.

Sleeping at Night: ‘Making a Murderer’ Attorney Dean Strang on His Most Popular Case, and What It Was Like to Lose It

An interview with Dean Strang, one of Steven Avery’s defense attorneys in the show Making a Murderer. Strang talks about the film itself and makes the case that we all have a stake in the justice system.

Sunday Oldskool Episode 82: Macklemore’s White Guilt

White Privilege II is Macklemore’s latest offering. Sam and Cray rip open the mixed bag and explore the pieces inside.

Scrolling with God

Social networking can show us additional blips of each others’ stories that aid us in the work of knowing and being known.

Seeing and Believing Episode 46: ‘Making a Murderer’ and ‘The Revenant’

Wade and Kevin explore the Oscar® worthyness of the “Passion of the Leo” as well as the documentary series ‘Making a Murder’ and the aspects of activism and entertainment.

Brilliant Lost Children: The Familiar Roots of Elena Ferrante’s Neapolitan Novels

Ferrante writes about subjects that matter to Christians—home, family, friendship—with a significance that’s all the greater for its utter lack of sentimentality.

LOL Interwebz: I’ll Be Here All Week, Folks, and Don’t Forget to Tip Your Waiter

When we share the Gospel in a way that is deceptive, we strongly imply that the Gospel itself is deceptive.

Less Is More: Finding Joy in Your Possessions

Declutter your life in the new year: having fewer possessions can lead to finding greater joy in what you have.

Call for Pitches: Sensate Culture

Write for our magazine! Submit a pitch for a feature article on the theme of “single living.”

The Next Page: ‘Gut’ and the (Sometimes Metaphorical) Body of Christ

The point of both Enders’ book and the passage from 1 Corinthians is even that which is underrated is essential.

Rain for Roots: Music That Teaches Us How to Wait for the Lord

Good music for children doesn’t dumb anything down; it just uses simplicity and repetition to draw out universal truths.

Touchdown Jesus: What Are the Odds that God Is a Seahawks Fan?

Sports are a perfect plane for working out our understanding of God’s transcendence and immanence with relatively low stakes.