Seeing and Believing Episode 49: The New S&B Book And Most Anticipated Movies of 2016

Wade and Kevin share their most anticipated movies of 2016 while reflecting on the “CaPC Goes to the Movies 2015” ebook available now.

How a Bunch of ‘Impractical Jokers’ Helped Me Overcome the Isolation of Grief

‘Impractical Jokers’ made us feel closer to other human beings, and allowed us to feel that closeness from a respectable distance.

LOL Interwebz: Frinkiac and the Triumph of ‘The Simpsons’

‘The Simpsons’ did a better job of reaching the masses that the culture warriors had already written off.

Christ and Pop Culture Goes to the Movies 2015

Going to a movie can constitute great quality time.

The CaPC Digest Episode 43: Expectations Of The NFL Quarterback And Cam Newton

What are our expectations of the NFL Quarterback? Drew, Tyler and guest Tim Briggs discuss the Cam Newton media coverage, is it fair and what factors weigh in on how we perceive the most polarizing player in the league today?

Persuasion Episode 48: Weighing Fashion on the Cultural Scale

Cultural fashion choices tell a story about the people who wear them. Erin and Hannah discussion cultural fashion indicators and the judgement that is inherent based on those choices.

The Next Page: Mr. Lemoncello’s Library and Agreeing on Essentials

My loyalty is not to indoctrinating others with my narrow vision of good books but to reading.

CAPC Magazine Issue 3, Volume 4: Sensations of Reality

When all the senses are on alert, working together? It’s transcendent.

Touchdown Jesus: Monty Williams and the Quiet Life of Faith

More than a Christian who has beaten the odds and taken the world by storm, I hope to aspire to the quiet, dignified example of a Monty Williams.

Karen Choi’s ‘Paper Birch’: Melancholy and Twang, Free for CAPC Members

Karen Choi’s ‘Paper Birch’ includes a little bit of melancholy and a little bit of twang, free for CAPC members.

We Wish You a Scary Christmas: Holiday-Horror and the Glory of the Incarnation

The Christmas-horror canon uses myth and violence to re-frame and re-center our understanding of the biblical Christmas narrative.

Sunday Oldskool Episode 84: A Long, Strange Yeezy Season

After catching up with some news from around hip hop, Sam and Cray cover Kanye West’s latest album-related antics.

The Sea’s Gray Sameness: Fifty Years of Endo’s ‘Silence’

‘Silence’ is not, perhaps, a novel that instills faith—but it is a novel that creates enough doubts to allow our faith to take a new shape

Seeing and Believing Episode 48: ‘Hail, Caesar!’ and Top 5 Coen Brothers Films

Wade and Kevin rank their favorite Coen brother’s films after a break down on the Coen brother’s ‘Hail, Caesar!’

The 25 Episode 2: Andy Gullahorn, ‘The X-Files’ Season 10 and Nate Parker

Episode 2 brings together Sarah Kelley along with CaPC Digest co-host Tyler Burns and Matthew Loftus. The trio debates their nominations for the 3rd entry into the 2016 #The25 list.

LOL Interwebz: PuppyMonkeyBabies and Super Bowl Babies

One series of ads—and, yes, the Twitter response to it—gave me a bit of hope. I’m talking, of course, about the “Super Bowl Babies” ad series.