Panel Discussion: ‘Batman’ and the Need for a Real Savior

We’d like to think we can save ourselves and our society. But we can’t.

Panel Discussion: Leaving the Past Behind with ‘The Silver Surfer’

The pursuit of holiness in our everyday lives is thwarted because we identify ourselves by our sins.

‘The First Days of Jesus’: A Gift for Slow Pondering, Free for CAPC Members

Panel Discussion: The Simple Goodness of ‘Huck’ Is a Welcome Relief in Superhero Comics

The lightheartedness in a comic book tells us of the more complete and lasting lifting of our burdens when Christ comes again and makes all things new.

Panel Discussion: ‘Green Lantern’ and the Freedom of God

I believe that the only hope and light for our broken and hurting world is the God who does whatever he wants.

‘The Story of Everything’: In Which We Find the Secret of the Universe, Free for CAPC Members

This month Christ and Pop Culture is pleased, in partnership with Crossway, to impart to our loyal readers… the secret of the universe.

Panel Discussion: ‘Sinestro’ and the Wrong Kind of Fear

Fear, when it is ultimate in life, clouds and covers every joy and delight in the world, even peace itself.

Panel Discussion: Living Like There’s No Tomorrow With ‘Ms. Marvel’

Far too often, we live as if the end isn’t coming, as if there isn’t a final judgment or last day to be reconciled with.

Panel Discussion: Captain America and the Gospel’s Political Perils

So what is Captain America’s crime in the eyes of the political pundits? His sin seems to be caring about people.

Panel Discussion: The Futility of Balance With ‘Doctor Strange’

Perhaps Doctor Strange shows us just where the notion of keeping everything in balance is a sinister cultural flaw.

Panel Discussion: Comic Books as Modern Mythology

The comics of today are American versions of Greek mythology complete with origin, philosophy, psychology, and religion.

Hugging Dad: My Fearful Struggle in Light of My Family’s Encounter With Ebola

On the evening of the 26th the Ebola test came back positive and confirmed the deep fear I had about my mom’s condition.