Ophelia Alive by Luke T. Harrington, Free for CaPC Members

Despite the blood and grime, Ophelia Alive is probably best approached less as a horror novel and more as a philosophical thriller.

Dark Souls’ Geography of Doubt

In ‘Dark Souls’ as in life, if we linger by the fireside, our embers become ash.

A Conversation with James Watson on ‘A Window on the Door’, Free for CAPC Members

Adam Marshall speaks with author James Watson about his book, ‘A Window on the Door’, available free this month for Christ and Pop Culture Members.

How a City-Building Game Taught Me about Death and Contentment

If there’s something Banished has to offer us, then, it is a picture of the contented life.

3 Ways ‘Gone Home’ will Surprise and Challenge Christians

An evocative new game recalls the ’90s, yet retells an old truth: You can’t go home again.

Elsewhere: Gregory Wolfe of ‘IMAGE’ is Asking for Your Help

Is “Hookup Culture” Really a Myth?

A study shows that the Hookup Culture is a myth, kinda.

Why Was Pope Francis’s Statement on Gay Priests Misrepresented?

“Neither set of readers is listening to what the pope said; they’re hearing what they want to hear.”

ELSEWHERE: Patriotism and Christian Engagement

ELSEWHERE: The Spiritual Draw of the City

Booker DeWitt’s Shotgun Baptism and the Tragedy of Cheap Grace in ‘Bioshock Infinite’

When Corporations Repent: Accepting Xbox’s Mea Culpa

The Retro-Gaming Renaissance and the Democracy of the Dead

“The past often speaks to us with a clarity and beauty that the present seems to lack.”

Rev. is a Poignant Portrayal of the Life of the Church