How Tunic Encourages Us to Look Beyond Ourselves to Find Salvation

The extent to which Tunic mirrors a Christian understanding of truth is remarkable and something worth paying attention to.

Seeing and Believing 392 | Afire & The Quiet Girl

Kevin and Sarah brave summer heat as they review Christian Petzold’s latest movie Afire, and The Quiet Girl.

1993 Film Favorites, Part 3: Responsibility in Schindler’s List

Unfortunately, one reason Schindler’s List stays evergreen is that racism will always be a problem.

Finding the Divinity of Jesus Christ Superstar’s Countercultural Messiah

Once you get past all the counterculture posturing, Jesus Christ Superstar gets one crucial thing right about the gospel accounts.

Seeing and Believing 390 | Oppenheimer & Barbie

Barbenheimer is upon us. Sarah and Kevin review two new releases this week: Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer and Greta Gerwig’s Barbie.

Davy Chou’s Transcendent Return to Seoul Embodies the Modern Search for Identity

Davy Chou’s film is about lives not lived and not by chance. It’s about the lives we live as we try to define what life means.

Victor Wembanyama Is Proof That Giants Are Only Human, Too

Will the nineteen-year-old French basketball phenom be allowed to be a human before he’s a basketball player?

When Love Means Resistance: The Role of Faith in Women Talking

When watching Women Talking, what strikes a viewer of faith is that, for these women, abandoning God is never an option.

Seeing and Believing 390 | Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning, Part One & Paprika

Sarah and Kevin’s mission is to review the latest Mission: Impossible film and then square off over Satoshi Kon’s dreamlike movie Paprika.

The Cost of Faith: Dawn-Keepers and Doubt in Octopath Traveler 2

Octopath Traveler 2’s compassionate focus on Temenos’s doubt traces out the struggle of a man who has lost much through suffering, finding his path forward to the light.

Jesus Revolution Review: Chuck Smith, Lonnie Frisbee, Greg Laurie & the “Jesus Freak” Counterculture

Jon Erwin and Brent McCorkle’s film explores the revival that occurred in America in the late ’60s and early ’70s as counterculture hippies became “Jesus freaks.”

Seeing and Believing 389 | Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny & The Last Picture Show

Kevin and Sarah don their adventuring gear and go exploring with Harrison Ford in Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny.

Following Bill Walton’s Example of Freedom and Sacrifice

Bill Walton’s career and life off the basketball court are good reminders of how we ought to use our freedom as both Americans and Christians.

CAPC’s Most Popular Posts of 2023 (So Far…)

We’re halfway through 2023, so now seems like the perfect time to highlight some of our most popular articles.

You Hurt My Feelings and the Fallout of Little White Lies

Left to our tendencies toward comfort, we often use each other’s love to insulate us from the harshness of the world: we hide behind false encouragements.