Seeing and Believing 243 | Lee Chang-dong’s Secret Sunshine

Closing the South Korean movie marathon this week is Lee Chang-dong’s Secret Sunshine, where a woman turns to Christianity after suffering a loss.

Persuasion 190 | Pursuing Wholeness in a Viral Age

Erin and Hannah kick off a new series, Growing Viral: Well-Being in the Age of Corona, exploring common ways we’re responding and reacting to the COVID-19 pandemic and seeing how we can move toward wholeness in this viral age.

The Seamless Life by Steven Garber, Free for CAPC Members

If you’re wrestling with your vocation right now, the pithy and poignant thoughts Garber shares in The Seamless Life might be just the guide you need.

Everybody Loses: Tiger King, Greek Tragedy, and Spectacle as Entertainment

If you enjoy watching powerful and manipulative people subjugate vulnerable people (and animals) to fulfill their own pleasure, then maybe you should take a step back and examine yourself.

Pop Culture Lifelines for the Pandemic: CAPC Staff Recommendations

Our staff writers offer recommendations so you don’t run out of life-giving things to do as you stay home and stay safe during the pandemic.

Seeing and Believing 242 | Kim Ki-duk’s Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter … and Spring

Seeing & Believing reviews a movie that’s all about the passage of time and the seasons: Kim Ki-duk’s Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter … and Spring.

Don’t Get Fooled Again: On MIDI 2.0 and the Reality of What We Hear

If there’s anything we’re capable of, it’s getting creative with power. And the power over what appears to be truth is a terrible power indeed.

In the Middle Ages, Dance Crazes Were Literal, Actual Crazes

Accounts of unstoppable, contagious dancing fools date as far back as the seventh century, and hail from nearly all parts of Europe.