The Falcon and the Winter Soldier Recap: Black Falcon, White Wolf (Episode 2)

If Steve was wrong about Bucky, then it means all the hard work of amending for his former murderous self has been a waste. And it’s only a matter of time before Bucky snaps again. 

CAPC Magazine Issue 1 of 2021: Renewal

We’re three months into 2021. Is it everything you hoped? Or nothing like you dreamed? For many of us, the excitement has worn off, and the hard work of renewal has begun.

Bending Air: Avatar and the Way of Cruciform Nonviolence

In Avatar: The Last Airbender, Aang uses his moral imagination to resist the evildoer in a way that is decisive, just, active, selfless, and nonviolent.

Seeing and Believing 284 | Zack Snyder’s The Justice League

Kevin and special guest Chris Williams discuss the epic 4 hours long Zack Snyder cut of The Justice League in a spoiler-free review.

Persuasion 214 | Interlude

We’re taking a brief Interlude from our larger series, Finding Common Ground, and Hannah reads an excerpt from her recently released book.

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier Recap: Pledge of Allegiance (Episode 1)

Sam is, by every measure, the living embodiment of American excellence and all the ideals for which the shield stands. But he’s not just any man. He’s a Black man.

The “Wonderful, Wonderful” Healing Power of Minari

Just in the manner that the “wonderful, wonderful minari” plant can work its magic as you ingest it, nourishing, cleansing, and purifying you from the inside out, so too can this movie resonate, whether or not you have a similar story as the child of Korean immigrants.

Seeing and Believing 283 | Carlos Lopez Estrada and Don Hall’s Raya and the Last Dragon

Wade and Kevin visit a land where magical dragons hold the key to saving humanity from outside evil in Disney’s Raya and the Last Dragon.

Kilroy Was Basically Everywhere, at Least until World War II Ended

Kilroy graffiti was something of a liturgy: a ritual that reshaped hearts and minds into parallel forces striving toward the same goal.

Thinking Christianly about Telling Stories

Stories aren’t “Christian” or “not Christian.” They either tell the truth or they don’t.

Following The Killers Down Glory Road

Leave it to a band from the city of bright lights and long odds to show us how to live out our points along history’s timeline.

The Long Obedience of Sunderland A.F.C.

Throughout Sunderland’ Til I Die, the club burns through new coaches, players, and strategies attempting easy tweaks and quick fixes. But there is no single problem keeping them from winning.

Battlestar Galactica: A Retrospective Look at a “Jewish” Tale of Orientation, Disorientation, and Reorientation

But what the writers knew that the viewers did not is that history—as Battlestar understood it—was neither linear nor cyclical. Quite surprisingly, and to the consternation of more than a few, it was Jewish.

Superman Subverted: How Superman & Lois Reinvents the Man of Steel

Superman & Lois is interested in giving us a Superman who has gone through the ups and downs of human experience

How Wynd Rises Toward Renewal

At its heart, Wynd is about our own search for renewal and who we become through the journey.

How Not to Die: Listening to Trees as Old as Jesus

In both the Word and the world—in spirit and in body—trees sustain us with a grace we don’t deserve.