Call for Features: Tribalism

Dancing in the Dark: Finding Flickers of Meaning in Pop Music Nihilism

How is it that a catchy melody, solid groove, or infectious hook can make you want to dance to even the darkest and most nihilistic of thoughts?

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Kaitlyn Schiess’s The Ballot and the Bible Reveals the Complex History of Biblical Interpretation and American Politics

There’s no doubt that we live in a politically divisive era, and sadly, much of that division is driven by biblical interpretation.

CAPC’s Most-Read Articles of 2022

Here’s what everyone was reading at Christ and Pop Culture in 2022.

Call for Features: Consumerism and Materialism

We’re currently looking for feature articles to fit the themes of consumerism and materialism.

Call for Pitches, Q2 2022: Conflict and Peacemaking

We’re now accepting pitches for our Q2 features.

Natalie Bergman’s Mercy Is an Exquisite Expression of Grief, Faith, and Love

These songs may be deeply sad, but the album serves as a stirring reminder that death doesn’t have the final word.

Welcome to Earth: Seeing the World Through Will Smith’s Eyes

Hosted by Will Smith, Welcome to Earth allows us to see the secret and hidden things of our planet.

Reckoning with R. Kelly

Can we continue to find beauty and truth in art created by human beings who’ve done terrible things, and if so, how?

The Comic World as We Know It, Thanks to Stan Lee (1922–2018)

Perhaps his greatest legacy will be that he never treated comics and superheroes as mere disposable entertainment.

Glimpsing Eternity through a Tweet

What if the mundane areas of your life are actually not quite so mundane?

Cultivating Mindfulness through Alto’s Odyssey

We find echoes of Eden in so many cultural artifacts, even video games.

America’s Evangelical Leaders Could Learn a Lot From Rachael Denhollander

Our congregations would benefit from future pastors who’ve been influenced by women like Rachael Denhollander.

Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Rethinks Regret

In the fourth season, the agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. are forced to face one of their greatest foes yet: their own regrets.

Mount Eerie’s A Crow Looked at Me Confronts the Horror of Death

After all, grief isn’t rational or given to nice, neat organization.