The CAPC Digest #23: “I am Atticus”: Racism and Vision in Harper Lee’s Go Set a Watchman with Amber Stamper
Fixing FIFA: Is a New Beginning Possible?
Given the kind of corruption we’re accustomed to in our most powerful institutions, is reform even a possibility?
Sunday Oldskool: “Alright” by Kendrick Lamar
Persuasion #22: A Primer for Persuasive Faith Dialogue
Walking on Broken Legs: The Good Crack of the Shepherd’s Staff
This was some new trick of His, or something of His “deep magic,” for I had not given God permission to give me my first birth, and while I was busy railing against Him for it, He gave me my second.
“I am Atticus”: Racism and Vision in Harper Lee’s Go Set a Watchman
“The depth of human sinfulness and pride is always deeper than we imagine”
Seeing and Believing: MR. HOLMES + The State of Franchise Films
LOL Interwebz: But Who Gawks at the Gawkers?
Gawker has long been nothing more than a glorified supermarket tabloid, sucking the life out of celebrities, and others for profit.
Challenging the Culture of Quarrelsome ‘Discernment’ Blogging
The call to true biblical pastoring shames many Internet groups’ constant “rebuking” that is void of both grace and truth.
The CAPC Digest #21: The Beauty of a Body Broken for Others with Amanda Wortham
Transformation through Film: A Greater Story
Any story built upon the plot line of hope and promise finds its root in God’s story—the greatest Story ever told.
‘I Am Only a Tiny Noise’ by Levi Weaver: Being Human In Everyday Life, Free for CAPC Members
Levi Weaver’s ‘I Am Only a Tiny Noise EP’ is free for Christ and Pop Culture members.
Persuasion: What’s Your Type? Personality Tests & Quizzes
Listening Closer: A 50th Dylanniversary Party
Third in an interview series in which Jeffrey solicits historical insights and personal passion about Bob Dylan’s ‘Bringing It All Back Home’ on its 50th anniversary