Seeing & Believing 278 | Ramin Bahrani’s The White Tiger

We review Ramin Bahrani’s “The White Tiger”, an adaptation of Aravind Adiga’s novel, that examines the wealth and caste disparities of India.

WandaVision Recap: Whatever Happened Happened (Episode 3)

Whatever is happening, the world as I tend to frame it is far too small; my conception of it, too limiting.

Nature Is Healing: All Creatures Great and Small

What James Herriot did as a vet—and what he does as a storyteller—he shows us the healing nature of healing nature.

Fatman: The Sleigh, the Truth, and the Life

In Fatman, we root for depressed and weary Santa as the underdog, unaware a highly trained assassin is coming for him; yet we’re given hope through hints of his supernatural powers to fight injustice.

Seeing and Believing 277 | Paul Greengrass’s News of the World and Lee Isaac Chung’s Minari

Wade and Kevin review Tom Hanks’ first crack at a Western, Paul Greengrass’s News of the World and then the family drama Minari.

Call for Pitches: Renewal

Write for our digital magazine! Submit a pitch by 1/25 for a feature article on the theme of renewal.

WandaVision Recap: A Grief Observed (Episodes 1 & 2)

WandaVision is zany and funny and nostalgic, with occasional bursts of creepiness and dread.

So You Just Found Out You’re in a Cult: A Socratic Dialogue

Wait! Conspiracies happen all the time! Why are people so down on conspiracy theories these days?

Scrooge: Individualism Run Amok

By opening himself and giving to others, Ebenezer Scrooge is living a more robust life himself.

Yes, Black America Tried to Tell Y’all

Black Americans have been prophesying to the rest of America about these injustices, because we’ve lived these stories time and again.

Seeing and Believing 276 | The Top Ten Films of 2020

Back from his break, Kevin rejoins Wade on the show to count down their favorite films of a very unusual year.

Disney’s Soul Is So Good Because It’s So Black

Soul can help Christians remember that how we share the gospel message can be just as important as sharing it.

A Hidden Life, Patriotism, and a Rightly Ordered Love for America

Love of country is good, but love of country must never supersede love of God, and it’s only by loving God most that we can love our country in the way we should.

People & Happenings of 2020 from CAPC Staff

Our team highlights important people and happenings that shaped the year that was 2020.

Book & Game Favorites of 2020 from CAPC Staff

Our team highlights their favorite books and games from 2020 that managed to break through the dark days and deliver a bit of goodness.

Seeing and Believing 275 | Pete Docter and Kemp Powers’ Soul and Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman 1984

Wade is joined by Sarah Welch-Larson of Think Christian to discuss Pixar’s new film, Soul and Wonder Woman 1984.