Seeing and Believing: ‘Swiss Army Man’ And ‘The Innocents’

Swiss Army Man starring Daniel Radcliffe and Paul Dano is contrasted against the WW II move The Innocents.

Star Trek Beyond Explores the Cosmography of Relationship

By stressing spatial relativity and disorientation in space, the film demonstrates the need of a physics and metaphysics that incorporate relationship.

Reading Sideways: How Fiction Helps Us Navigate the Maze of Tragedy

Fiction does not allow us to ignore reality; rather, it is a tool for the wise, the desperate, and the bewildered.

The CAPC Digest: Pokemon Go in a Broken, Hurting World

Tyler and Drew chat with Luke T. Harrington about his recent article, “Summer Shootings, Pokémon Go: Rebuilding Community in the Wake of Destruction.”

The 25 Episode 19: ‘Genius’, ‘Zootopia’, and Pokémon Go

Pokémon Go and the films ‘Genius’ & ‘Zootopia’ are on the floor for debate for the 21st spot on The CaPC 25 for 2016.

Which Came First: Bad Politicians or TV Shows About Bad Politicians?

Once we’ve accepted the message on our TV screens—that the system is hopelessly corrupt—we learn to settle for severely diminished standards for our leaders.

Persuasion: Shame Is the Elephant in the Room with Heather Davis Nelson

Do racial issues really “disappear” because of the Gospel? A response to John MacArthur.

The Gospel enables believers to see social issues from a spiritual perspective — but does it remove social issues altogether?

The Morgan Grimes Theory

The strength that comes from friendship is the grounding force that gives me the courage to do what I otherwise could not, that enables me to persevere through circumstances that I otherwise could not.

Call for Pitches: Good Clean Fun

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

Seeing and Believing: Staying Cool with A Humphrey Bogart Retro Review

Wade and Kevin continue the throwback summer series with a Humphrey Bogart retro review of Casablanca, Sabrina, The Big Sleep, and The Treasure of the Sierra Madre

An Exercise of Faith: How CrossFit Compares to Christianity

Just how similar is CrossFit to a religion?

Summer Shootings, Pokémon Go : Rebuilding Community in the Wake of Destruction

In a season of sorrow, Pokémon Go is a bit of common grace sprinkled on the horror blazing around us.

The CAPC Digest: Wild Kratts and Love of the Creature with Geoffrey Reiter

Tyler and Drew chat with Reiter about the kids show Wild Kratts and our responsibility as Christians to care for all creatures.

The 25 Episode 18: Jesse Williams, ‘Hillbilly Elegy’, and ‘Pokémon Go’

J.D. Vance’s book ‘Hillbilly Elegy’, Jesse Williams BET Awards speech, and Pokémon Go are the nominees for the 18th episode of The CaPC 25 for 2016.

The Kiddy Pool: Summertime, and the Livin’ Ain’t Easy

Reflecting on summer vacation prompts me to consider just how ordinary poverty is for so many of my neighbors, literal and figurative.