Ordinary Faithfulness: Jim and Pam’s Quiet Fidelity

The resurrection is not in the feelings or the romance; it’s in the ordinary faithfulness of everyday life.

Idol Extraction in Paul David Tripp’s ‘Awe’, Free for CAPC Members

Tripp’s pursuit in ‘Awe’ is to understand the nature of our hearts and the wandering worship that we are often overcome with in every area of our lives.

The Coen Brothers Find Jesus in ‘Hail, Caesar!’

The Coen Brothers search for Jesus in their new film; their characters finding the fictional Jesus, and maybe even the real one, along the way.

The CAPC Digest Episode 42: ‘Making a Murderer’ and Longing for Justice

Steven Avery’s defense attorney Dead Strang is the topic of conversation as Wade Bearden joins Drew and Tyler to talk about Wade’s interview with the now famous lawyer.

Touchdown Jesus: Johnny Football’s Fall before the Altar of Icon

While Johnny Manziel’s trademark may be official, his name is still pending review.

Persuasion Episode 47: Rx for Loving Relationships

Erin Straza and Hannah Anderson have gathered up their top pieces of advice for love and relationships.

Listening Closer: The So-Bright Light and So-Dark Dark of Shearwater’s ‘Jet Plane and Oxbow’

Shearwater’s latest album turns us away from a world that we make to our own liking and toward one that was made for us.

Of Dying Kingdoms and Newborn Salvation: Resurrecting Christmas in the Poetry of T. S. Eliot

We wander on a bizarre journey, unsure of what, exactly, we are searching for, and then, Christmas.

The CAPC Digest Episode 41: How Trump Happened with Alan Noble

Drew and Tyler chat with Alan Noble, editor-in-chief of Christ and Pop Culture about His recent article, How Trump Happened: The Wages of Fear and Brave Way Forward.

Faking Bigfoot: What Monster Pseudo-Documentaries Tell Us about Ourselves

By bending reality to suit their viewers’ whims, fake monster documentaries represent the logical end of our consumerist culture.

#The25 Episode 1: Presidential Primaries, ‘That Dragon, Cancer’ and me_IRL

LOL Interwebz: McDonald’s Is Dead…and We Have Killed It.

Our culture is drowning in morals but starved for virtues—we all think no one has the right to judge us, but we all reserve the right to judge everyone else.

The Next Page: Freedom in Christ or ‘The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a F*ck’?

The more we know who we are in Christ, the more we know where to invest ourselves—and that’s a tremendously freeing way to care.

Touchdown Jesus: Anatomy of a Coach Firing

Coaches are now being treated more like players, viewed as assets that can be moved around on a whim.

Call for Pitches: Fulfillment

Write for our magazine! Submit a pitch for a feature article on the theme of “fulfillment.”

Young Thug’s Tower of Babel

When we enter into the world depicted in Young Thug’s music, we are entering a created space.