How Having Children Changed Us

CaPC contributors share how becoming a parent affected their cultural habits.

Honoring the Difference Our Moms Made

Seven CaPC writers honor their moms and lend their voices to stop human trafficking.

Christ and Pop Culture’s Best Features of 2011

Here are ten feature articles from the past year that you absolutely must read.

Our Favorite Albums of 2011

Some of the year’s most excellent examples of the common grace of God in the world of music.

Our Favorite Television Shows of 2011

Sometimes, we watch television. And honestly, sometimes it’s pretty darn good.

Our Ten Favorite Video Games of 2011

Christ and Pop Culture writers share their favorite games of 2011.

Mommy, Daddy, Who is Santa Claus?

Five parents share their approach to the famous gift-giver.

The CaPC Superlatives: Noteworthy Achievements in Film and Memes

We coupled Muppets with Planking/Tebowing/Horsemanning. You can’t get this just anywhere, folks.

The CaPC Superlatives: Noteworthy Achievements in Concerts, Games, and Music

Why Superlatives? Because some happenings from 2011 deserve 15 more minutes of fame.

Elsewhere: Motown Nickelback, Serious Ninja Movies, and Skyrim

In Which Tom Bissel learns not to make fun of gamers who play RPGs.

Elswhere: Videogames, Virtual Schools, Klosterman, and Gay Penguins

Where all your deepest questions are answered like, “Should gay, endangered penguins be forced to mate?”

The CaPC Superlatives: Noteworthy Achievements in Film, Music, Advertising, and Games

Get your popcorn and soda pop. Here are some superlatives, guys (and gals).

Elsewhere: Scandals, Acting, Politics, and Infographics

Those are separate entries, by the way, not all one and the same.

Elsewhere: Walking Dead Theology, Anonymous vs Los Zetas, and Bieber Baby

Look at us, reading stuff all over the Internet and delivering it to you dressed up in a purdy bow.

Elsewhere: The Fashion of OWS, Social Justice, Halloween, Sex Ed, and Traffic

Drew tries to freshen up the discussion on OWS and Erin S. asks you to test your character knowledge.

Elsewhere: Balking Dawkins, the “Age” of Instagram, Grand Grantland, and the Music of 1991

Also: Kirk is not “one of the ladies,” Rich links to Video “Game” articles, Alan is profound, and Jason enjoys music.