ELSEWHERE: Why Algorithms Cannot Replace Human Intuition

ELSEWHERE: A Ray of Hope After the Devastation in the Form of a Dog

ELSEWHERE: Star Trek and Racebending

Moore, Oklahoma Needs Prayer and Help Right Now, Not Our Theological Pontifications

The Kiddy Pool: Remembering ‘The Office’… and Our Vows

“But that scene with Pam and Jim reminded me of something more, too, of something that holds my marriage together in spite of my shortcomings.”

Music Matters: Feeding the Poor with Beauty in Music

“Without beauty, our souls would be as malnourished as our bodies would be apart from food.”

Dear Dr. Gosnell

CaPC Playlist: Lauryn Hill, Brand New, Agent Ribbons, Brett Dennen, and Vespers

Millenials and Their “Radical” Faith

Millennials are more than passive consumers of the “radical” message, and they are driven more by love than fear.

“A Piece of the Continent”: Touch, Providence, and Human Connectedness

Touch thus emblematizes a Christian truth, one that is becoming increasingly evident in the technological era of human connectivity.

ELSEWHERE: IRS to Pro-Life Group: Promise Us This, or No Tax-Exemption for You

ELSEWHERE: Jay Nash’s Letters From The Lost

Just to Clarify: The Boy Scouts of America Are Not Endorsing Homosexuality

Barna Shock Poll: Christians Still Need Jesus

The latest Barna poll says that the majority of American Christians act like pharisees. But do they?

The Moviegoer: The Colossal Vitality of Baz Luhrmann’s Great Gatsby Illusion

What the film misses is that Gatsby doesn’t truly care for Daisy so much as he cares about how attaining her fits in with how he’s imagined his ideal life.

God and Country Music: The Really Attractive False Heaven of Small Town Living

If I had the funds, I would be darn tempted to try to find the town that Morgan is talking about and buy a house there.