Seeing and Believing 267 | Aaron Sorkin’s The Trial of the Chicago Seven and a Fall/Winter Movie Preview

Wade and Kevin review Aaron Sorkin’s The Trial of the Chicago Seven and then give us their most anticipated films for the end of 2020.

In Memory of Larry Prater

His life’s work was the common and righteous work of loving those around him until he physically was incapable of serving others.

No, the Medieval Era Wasn’t Characterized by Rampant Witch-Burnings. You’re Thinking of the Modern Era

Under the extreme stress of plagues and environmental disaster, people were undoubtedly looking for someone to blame, which—hmm, that sounds familiar.

Persuasion 203 BONUS | Interview with Sam Haist

Listen to Hannah’s full interview with Sam Haist in this special members-only bonus episode!

CBS All Access’s Spiritless Twilight Zone

Rod Serling’s Twilight Zone could contend for human worth on the basis of a shared imago Dei, a spiritual aspect that provides an inherent value to each individual, while the reboot seems content to regard men and women materialistically.

What The Vast of Night Taught Me about Living in the Moment

If we struggle believing the best is yet to come, the first step is acknowledging that not all nostalgia is healthy.

Dark and Longing for the End of the World

The characters of Dark are stuck in a world that has no end: what they want is an eschaton, where death is undone, and the world can be made new.

Persuasion 205 BONUS | Interview with Alan Noble

Listen to Erin’s full interview with Alan Noble in this special members-only bonus episode!

Church Tycoon and the Church of Christ

The core doctrines of our faith are not mere trappings to make money, as envisioned by Church Tycoon: they are our very reason for existence.

Persuasion 205 | Don’t Waste Your Vote

Erin and Hannah wrap up their For God and Country series with a discussion about the power and privilege of voting and a side interview with Alan Noble about the Christian’s call to vote for truth.

“Wayward Ted”: Celebrating the Fruit of the Spirit in Ted Lasso

In a time when winning has become the ultimate morality, and the struggle to gain and maintain power has turned otherwise absolute standards of goodness into subjective opinion in the eyes of so many, we all need more of what Ted Lasso is dishing out. 

Merricat and the Sin of Nostalgia

We are called not to stay as we were found or as we wish we had been found, but to grow in spiritual maturity and knowledge of the Gospel; to remain focused on the past is to refuse to grow spiritually.

Seeing and Believing 266 | Kirsten Johnson’s Dick Johnson Is Dead and Jeff Orlowski’s The Social Dilemma

It’s documentary week featuring personal depth with Kirsten Johnson’s Dick Johnson Is Dead and Jeff Orlowski’s The Social Dilemma.

Sex and the City of God by Carolyn Weber, Free for CAPC Members

In Sex and the City of God, Carolyn Weber shows us the merciful (yet painful) process of Christ re-ordering her loves and directing her paths.

MSG Is Perfectly Safe to Consume, but We All Spent Several Decades Freaking Out over It Anyway

By the late sixties, “chemicals” were no longer magical things that were going to solve all of our problems; they were dangerous things that were going to kill us all, and MSG was no exception.

Persuasion 204 | Don’t Be So Political, with Kathryn Freeman

Erin and Hannah host Kathryn Freeman for a discussion about whose voices and whose ideas are welcome in the public sphere.