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From Cairo to Christ by Abu Atallah, Free for CAPC Members

Simply put, From Cairo to Christ is an uplifting, illuminating, and convicting read.

Chasing Contentment by Erik Reymond, Free for CAPC Members

In Chasing Contentment, Erik Reymond identifies the lie that satisfaction and contentment come through consumption.

George A. Romero Made Horror What It Is Today

For all their lack of subtlety, zombies dramatize many of our deepest inner conflicts.

Zombies Among Us: iZombie Chows Down on Dehumanization

iZombie explores the dangers of dehumanization as Liz learns to humanize others by consuming their brains.

The Sisterhood of St. Joan

In the real-life person of St. Joan of Arc, we find someone who is both thinking and doing.

Hope in My Earbuds: A Tribute to the Gilmore Guys

For Kevin Porter of Gilmore Guys, hospitality looked like a podcast with a posture of welcome and inclusion.

Seeing and Believing 116: David Lowery’s A Ghost Story and Michael Showalter’s The Big Sick

Wade and Kevin tackle one of the most buzzed-about indie films of the year with David Lowery’s “A Ghost Story” as well as “The Big Sick”.

CaPC Digest 83: The Hopeful Depression of Radiohead with Cameron McAllister

Drew and Tyler are back with Cameron McAllister. The trio talk about their Radiohead favorites and where Tyler should start to experience Radiohead.

The Great British Baking Show: A Lesson in Image Bearing

The Great British Baking Show depicts what it looks like to embrace our unique identities and give them shape.

Community of God by Doug Bursch, Free Promo Pack for CAPC Members

Telling Stories: Neil Gaiman’s Norse Mythology

Neil Gaiman’s new book reminds us that stories are made to be loved, cherished, told, and retold.

I’m Bidding Farewell to Nashville and Its Immoral Storytelling

The creative minds behind Nashville are squandering their talents by taking the easy way out instead of offering something true, good, and beautiful.

Persuasion 105: Sandwich Snobbery & Social Exclusion

Erin Straza and Hannah Anderson cover everything from faux pas to class snobbery to the structures that keep us in our place.

Insecure and the Need for More Authentic Friendships

We need friends who stretch us, who are willing to help us face hard truths about ourselves, and who love us enough to tell us when we are wrong.

The Saint Who Rolled with the Pigs

Since I’m not a historian, I’m going to tell you about the weird, possibly legendary, and super awkward stuff this guy did.

Seeing and Believing 115: Jon Watts’ Spider-Man: Homecoming and Olivier Assayas’s Personal Shopper

Seeing & Believing pairs the sixth Spidey movie in fifteen years with arthouse film, Personal Shopper in this week’s episode.