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The Crusaders Who Missed the Holy Land by a Couple Thousand Miles

The Crusades began with the medieval equivalent of drunk-texting an ex.

Seeing and Believing 104: Makoto Shinkai’s Your Name and Terence Davies’ A Quiet Passion

Makoto Shinkai’s Your Name and Terence Davies’ A Quiet Passion continue Wade and Kevin’s tradition of juxtaposing movie reviews.

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.

Transhumanism and Christian Orthodoxy: Where Do We Draw the Line?

My hope is to encourage more dialogue between Christians who might normally avoid, or talk past each other, in complex issues such as transhumanism.

The CAPC Digest 78: Be a Good Man with Brad Williams

How does one be a good man? Brad Williams joined Drew and Tyler to talk about his article “Stop Trying to Be a Man and Start Trying to Be a Good Man.”

Persuasion 93: Adults Reading Kids’ Stuff

Erin and Hannah confess to being adults reading kids stuff. The simplicity of a simpler novel helps make sense of the complicated world.

Dorothy Parker’s Fearless Criticism Made Me a Better Writer (and a Better Person)

Dorothy Parker was far removed from my Christian comfort zone but her work helped me to find a voice of my own.

Oscar’s Biggest Flubs

There have always been awards given out for not-so-award-worthy reasons.

Seeing and Believing 103: Jon Gunn’s The Case for Christ and Netflix’s Five Came Back

Pure Flix makes its first appearance on the show, as Wade and Kevin dig into the faith-based production company’s latest offering, The Case for Christ.

Mount Eerie’s A Crow Looked at Me Confronts the Horror of Death

After all, grief isn’t rational or given to nice, neat organization.

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.

The CaPC 25 for 2017 Episode 8: The Nintendo Switch, S-Town, and Silence

The 25 takes a dramatic turn as Luke T. Harrington brings the Nintendo Switch…which he does not own while Erin brings S-Town and Mathew brings ‘Silence’.

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?

Persuasion: This Is How We Knoll

Do you know how to knoll? Erin Straza and Hannah Anderson look at the trend and why we are drawn to the symmetry and orderliness of knolling.

Stop Trying to Be a Man and Start Trying to Be a Good Man

Christian men are weeping over a form of masculinity that Jesus never called us to pursue.