Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Explores the Many Lies We Believe

In Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, we see the consequences of denying truth.

The Disabled Sainthood of Speechless

The show refuses to follow the “inspirationally disadvantaged” cliché found in lots of fiction that features disabled characters.

Fate/Zero and the (Un)holy Grail

Fate/Zero provides us a tragic story of idolatry straight from the playbook of scripture.

Seeing and Believing 108: An Alien Retrospective and Ridley Scott’s Alien: Covenant

Wade and Kevin offer their Alien retrospective as well as a review of the latest movie to feature a spacebound band of doomed souls, Alien: Covenant.

Sowing Seeds of Truth: Art’s Transcendent Power

God never intended for us to create artificial barriers between ourselves and art, one of His greatest gifts to us.

How Does Sanctification Work? by David Powlison, Free for CAPC Members

David Powlison dispels the myth that there is a “key to sanctification” and then lays the biblical groundwork for spiritual growth.

Persuasion 98: Real Life Wisdom for College Grads

In this ounce of Persuasion fast chat, Erin Straza and Hannah Anderson consider the typical lack of real life wisdom for college grads that commencement speakers dispense to graduates.

Chris Cornell’s Untimely Death Reminds Us That We Never Need to Be Alone

Perhaps the healthiest way to cope at this point is to remember Chris Cornell’s place in our lives.

Survivolatry: American Darwinism via The Walking Dead

Although it’s fiction, The Walking Dead reaches into our nonfiction hearts and draws to the surface survivolatry we excuse in ourselves.

How Seventh-Day Adventists Convinced You to Eat Breakfast Cereal

We devote huge amounts of time and energy guilting each other over what we eat.

Samurai Jack: Finding Freedom through Forgiveness

Samurai Jack reminds us of the power of forgiveness and of relinquishing past sins.

Literature as Equipment for Living: The Case of The Man Who Was Thursday

The Man Who Was Thursday equips us to endure our “dissolving age” by reminding us that there is a larger plan set in motion ages ago by the author of our existence.

Persuasion 97: Home Work and Productivity

On this week’s episode, author Courtney Reissig joins Hannah Anderson to discuss the plusses and pitfalls of home work and productivity.

When Changing Nothing Changes Everything by Laurie Polich Short, Free for CAPC Members

In her book When Changing Nothing Changes Everything, Laurie Polich Short gives us insight into living life fully, whatever our circumstances.

The CaPC Digest 80: Fences, Forgiveness, and Fatherhood with Jonathan Edwards

Drew and Tyler chat with Jonathan Edwards about his recent article The Tragedy of Family ‘Fences.’

Beyond Otherness Is Where Friendship Begins

In contemporary U.S. society—as in Twain’s post-Civil War South, as in Le Guin’s 1960s culture war America—our shared humanity is dangerously easy to ignore.