LOL Interwebz: The Doom That Came to ‘The Doom That Came to Atlantic City’
In Lovecraft’s world, evil is external, overwhelming, and no responsibility of ours to control; the reality is that most of us stumble into evil one innocent step at a time.
‘Better Call Saul’: What Makes a Man?
The central theme of ‘Better Call Saul’—Jimmy’s (later Saul) struggle with his identity as a man—takes the show to its loftiest heights.
Dispelling Work Haze and Vacation Daze: Life Rhythms of Faith
There must be another way to pursue work and vacation in a way that doesn’t leave us wrung out.
‘A New Heart’ by Civilized Creature: A Creative and Jarring Spiritual Experience, Free for CAPC Members
Civilized Creature’s “A New Heart” is uncharted musical territory.
Listening Closer: Torres and the “New Skin” of Faith
The most interesting correlation between Torres and graduating Seattle Pacific University Scholars is their frequent testimony that, throughout their struggle, they have sustained their faith in Jesus Christ.
Yoga, Hospitality, and Cultural Appropriation
Are we showing respect to the people and practices of another culture when we claim we can strip an age-old practice of its religious core?
Sunday Oldskool: “Hold On” by Pharoahe Monch
Living Local with Slavoj Žižek
The way we approach the ecological problem is the greatest ideological issue we face today.
Seeing and Believing: Top Ten of the Decade So Far (Part 1)
LOL Interwebz: I’d Think of a Title for This, but I’m a Lazy and Entitled Snake Person
All the talk of Lazy, Entitled Millennials was old and stale before it even started happening, since it was nothing more than the latest in a decades-long parade of “kids-these-days”-themed think pieces.
Zach and the Vinestalk: Zach King’s Six-Second “Fairy Tales”
In his Vine videos, King creates a fictive world that is, in one sense, enchanted.
Persuasion: Facing the Death Penalty
Call for Pitches: Beginning Again
Write for our magazine! Submit a pitch for a feature article on the theme of “Beginning Again.”
Morning Has Broken, Summer Is Over: A Eulogy for ‘Phineas and Ferb’
Phineas’ irrepressible smile and insatiable drive to create quickly became as pleasantly overpowering as the warmth and light of the sun itself.
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