Not Home Yet: Finding Solidarity as Sojourners

We forget our own spiritual displacement when we grasp too hard at this world, when we make our “Americanness” the hallmark of our identity.

The CaPC 25 for 2017 Episode 2: Melissa McCarthy, Reclaiming Hope, and The Young Pope

Jonathan is joined by special guests Luke T. Harrington and Cray Allred to debate the second addition to the CaPC 25 for 2017.

Worship Music: What Is It Good For?

Ideally, it seems, worship music should be written and performed by attractive young people sporting angular haircuts, tight T-shirts, and tattoos.

Persuasion: Feeling Guilty About Being Sick

If you’re under the weather, it’s likely you’re also feeling guilty about being sick. Erin and Hannah bemoan the challenges of dealing with bodies that need extra care and rest.

Sherlock‘s Fourth Season Forgets What Makes Sherlock Holmes the World’s Greatest Detective

For all its psychologizing of its subject, what the final season of Sherlock fails to understand is Sherlock himself.

God and the ‘Others’: Loving in Difference

If we know we are called to care for people—to get in the trenches with them—why is it so easy to convince ourselves not to?

The Anabaptist Who Got His Junk Münster-Mashed

In Münster, there was general agreement they needed to be following the teachings of Christianity — the only problem was, whose version?

The CAPC Digest: Silence, Faith, and Culture with Wade Bearden and Peter G. Epps

Drew and Tyler talk about Silence, faith, and culture with Wade Bearden and Peter J. Epps in regards to Martin Scorsese’s film Silence.

The CaPC 25 for 2017 Episode 1: Alone, The Man In the High Castle, and Neil Gorsuch

Alan Noble, Drew Dixon, and Brad Williams join Jonathan to start the 2017 season of the CaPC 25 as they debate the good, the true, and the beautiful in pop culture.

Project Runway Junior and Childlike Wonder

Project Runway Junior demonstrates a sense of play and wonder.

Of Love and Friends and Galentine’s Day

Galentine’s Day is coming up. Don’t forget to treat your women friends accordingly.

Persuasion: Living the Hygge Life

Erin and Hannah talk about the latest imported movement from the Danish by, “living the hygge life,” purposefully finding cozy ways of enjoying life.

Comfort Detox by Erin Straza, Free for CaPC Members

Comfort Detox is a valuable stepping stone for people who are disquieted with their own excess but are not sure what to do next.

We Are Frail: Rich Mullins and the Human Condition

It’s one thing to be stuck in a trench, but it’s exhausting to expect perfection of your fellow soldier, slogging in the same mud as you.

Changing Seasons of Gilmore Girls: Understanding the Cultural Liturgies of Stars Hollow and Small Town, America

The rituals and comforts of Small Town, America, are not necessarily unique to Stars Hollow.

Seeing and Believing: HBO’s The Young Pope and Pablo Larrain’s Jackie

Everyone has heard of the Pope, but what HBO’s latest series presupposes is … what if we had The Young Pope?