We Are Not Things: Why ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Is More than Just a Great Action Movie

For all its depictions of depravity, ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ offers us a world worth fighting for.

Losing Influence and Finding Faithfulness: The Decline of Evangelicalism and the Lost and Found Parables

While we erect walls to preserve our religious commitments, we shut ourselves off to the sinners in our midst.

Sunday Oldskool: “Madonna” by Lupe Fiasco

Our Family Narrative: Why Christians Should Study Church History

In college, when I was wrestling the most, my faith was strengthened by one thing: history.

Seeing and Believing: MAGGIE + Apocalypse and Disaster Movies

LOL Interwebz: Some Rando Harasses Celebrity

Jesus asks that you love your neighbor as yourself. Yes, even if said neighbor is [liberal/conservative].

Mad Men: Wandering for Milk and Honey

The CAPC Digest #14: Creativity and the Christian Life with Dave Harrity

Burn After Listening: In Defense of Mumford & Sons’ New Album (with Val Dunham)

“Physics on Paper” by Eons D: Refreshing Confessions in Hip Hop, Free for CAPC Members

“Physics on Paper”, the debut EP from rapper Eons D, offers confessions of life not found in other Christian music.

The Kiddy Pool: Monkey Kingdom and The Gaze

Death Metal, Douglas Wilson, and the Wisdom of Extreme Music

What if you set hymn lyrics to death metal music? Is death metal a lose-lose for Christian enjoyment?

Persuasion: What’s Your Story?

What We Find and Lose in the Video Game World

Does death still sting when you can rewind time to undo the actions that cost the life of a friend?

Sunday Oldskool: Mama’s Day

Upheaval: Riding the Waves of Change

The upheavals we face remind us that we are, indeed, needy creatures.