Seeing and Believing 193: Jordan Peele’s Us and Chris Caldwell/Zeek Earl’s Prospect

Two genre films are up for consideration this week: one set in the farthest reaches of space, and one that hits uncomfortably close to home: Us and Prospect

Hermanas by Natalia Kohn Rivera, Noemi Vega Quiñones, and Kristy Garza Robinson, Free for CAPC Members

Hermanas explores the lives of women from the Bible, weaving the truths from their narratives in with the experience of the modern Latina woman.

The Vital Love of Friendship Stories

These friendship stories—in giving us fantastic scenarios—demonstrate how in God’s economy friendship is far from cheap.

All the Foods I’ve Failed to Eat

The tragedy of food waste is deeper than statistics about greenhouse gas emissions and money wasted. The story of most food waste is poor stewardship.

CAPC Jr.: Pop Culture Commentary from the Next Generation

In CAPC Jr., significant children in the lives of our writers pass on their own unique insights into some of their favorite cultural artifacts.

Seeing and Believing 192 | J.C. Chandor’s Triple Frontier and Jafar Panahi’s 3 Faces

The guys lean into the rule of threes with this week’s pair of films. Triple Frontier, and the new film from Iranian master Jafar Panahi, 3 Faces.

Dear Evan Hansen Addresses Our Culture’s Pervasive Loneliness

Dear Evan Hansen teaches us there is no substitute for true community.

Critical Role, the Role of Stories, and the Church

The soaring popularity of Critical Role among the geek world was, and is, rooted in both the beauty of their tale and who they are as people.

Persuasion 162 | Renewed Thinking

Our mental frames can lock us into patterns and ruts, but that doesn’t mean we are stuck with the same thinking for life.

CAPC Magazine Issue 1 of 2019: Consumption

Consumerism is eating us alive. Save yourself! Save the world! Read this issue of Christ and Pop Culture Magazine.

Seeing and Believing 191 | Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck’s Captain Marvel and Our 2019 Summer-Movie Preview!

Captain Marvel from Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck is up for review this week along with Wade and Kevin’s Summer Blockbuster Preview!

Dirk Nowitzki and a Cure for Rootlessness

Dirk Nowitzki’s decision to stay in one place is a model for us all.

‘Do Rich People Stuff’ and Other Unhelpful Advice

Hiding behind Ramsey’s statement is a subtle, unspoken moral declaration that wealth comes from good behavior and poverty comes from bad, and both financial conditions are the result of one’s character.

Listening in the Silence: Algernon Blackwood at 150

For Algernon Blackwood, the natural world is not just natural: it is animated, enchanted, redolent with presences most often detectable only apart from our five senses.

Raul: A Hip Hop EP about MAGA Hats and Deportation

Raul is about family, compassion, and patience. It’s about looking across the broken landscape of our world and considering how we may use the cross of Christ to bridge the prejudicial gaps of humanity.

Persuasion 161 | Hopeful Thinking, with Laura Turner

Guest Laura Turner joins Persuasion to discuss the challenge of hopeful thinking in this world of uncertainty.