The Scandal of Reading 37 | Tiffany Kriner on Louise Erdrich’s LaRose

Tiffany Kriner joins Claude Atcho to discuss Louise Erdrich’s novel, LaRose, as it relates to the fruit of the Spirit: Peace.

Mixing Faith and Feminism: A Reaction to Bonnie Garmus’s Lessons in Chemistry

How can we better our culture to make God’s ideal plans easier to follow, and not just for those who are privileged?

CAPC’s Favorite Games, Memes, and Cultural Moments of 2023

Our favorites include epic fantasy, dark academia, the Duggar sisters, Pedro Pascal, and more.

CAPC’s Favorite Books of 2023

Our favorite books of 2023 include an examination of feminism, musings on culture and psychology, space opera, Timothy Keller, and more.

CAPC’s Favorite Music of 2023

Our favorite music of 2023 includes the return of pop music icons, a pop-punk reunion, goth legends in concert, Tay Tay (of course), and more.

The Scandal of Reading 36 | Winn Collier on Wendell Berry’s Jayber Crow

Winn Collier joins Austin to discuss the work of American novelist Wendell Berry: Jayber Crow set in the fictional town of Port William

CAPC’s Favorite TV of 2023

Our favorite TV of 2023 includes academic comedy, zombie horror, trickster gods, the final frontier, and more.

CAPC’s Favorite Films of 2023

Our favorite films of 2023 featured existential comedy, movie monsters, the world’s favorite Nazi-punching archaeologist, assassins, and more.

Marrying for Love? Marcia A. Zug’s You’ll Do and the Problem of Marital Privilege (Part 2)

We keep on using the word “marriage,” but it no longer means what we think it means.

Why Marry? Marcia A. Zug’s You’ll Do Explores the Strange and Surprising Reasons (Part 1)

I never knew that American marriages had such a checkered history.

Blink-182’s Reunion Reveals Our Need for Relational Guidance

“ONE MORE TIME” reminds us of mortality, of the freedom that righting wrongs provides, and of the joy of long-term human connection.

The Scandal of Reading 35 | Lit Pulpit – The Moviegoer by Walker Percy

Claude and Austin discuss Walker Percy’s 1961 novel, The Moviegoer, and its attempt to find a new voice for truth for the time it was written.

CAPC’s 2023 Sports Roundup, Part 2

Christian Filmmaking Needs a Shift

In the parallel universe of films like The Shift, narratives are morally worthless—unless and until they can explicitly spell out what we have learned.

1983 vs. 2023: When Is Revival Right for America?

Some Christians want their version of revival so desperately that they try to force revival through fearmongering.

CAPC’s Most Popular Articles of 2023

These are the articles that resonated most with our readers in 2023.