GLOW: Self-Help Empowerment or Exploitation in Disguise?

That’s the problem at the heart of both GLOW and many modern forms of promoting “women’s empowerment”: it’s false advertising.

Politics as Entertainment, Then and Now

There’s a long history that’s given us the expectation that our politics should entertain us.

Missing Richard Simmons and the Grace of Reciprocity

Missing Richard Simmons provides a detailed look into the complexity of human relationships and the deep need we have for truly reciprocal relationships.

Paradoxology by Krish Kandiah, Free for CAPC Members

Paradoxology provides an apologetic for uncertainty and a defense of discomfort.

American Evangelicals Need Leaders Like Russell Moore

Russell Moore and the ERLC represent some of the best of what evangelicals can do to represent the life-giving truth of the Gospel.

Saturday Night Live, Donald Trump, & Breaking Out of the Echo Chamber

The Church will have the most robust and faithful engagement with our fallen world when we break out of the echo chamber.

2 + 2 ≠ 5: Finding Hope in 1984

This is what 1984 can offer us: a fuller picture and vocabulary to articulate the brokenness beneath our apathy, fear, and information overload.

What Grieving People Wish You Knew by Nancy Guthrie, Free for CAPC Members

Nancy Guthrie’s overwhelming message in What Grieving People Wish You Knew is to enter into the awkwardness and difficulty of loving grieving people.

A Thrill of Hope: Why We Need Advent Right Now

The thrill of hope offered in the Advent season is just what we need to recover from this divisive election.

No, This Isn’t the “Most Important Election in Our Lifetime”

In order to weigh our voting options more fairly in the 2016 election, we need to ditch the apocalyptic rhetoric.

A Country Rightly Loved

Rightly ordering our loves allows for patriotism and love of country, but it prevents nationalism and idolization of country.

Which Came First: Bad Politicians or TV Shows About Bad Politicians?

Once we’ve accepted the message on our TV screens—that the system is hopelessly corrupt—we learn to settle for severely diminished standards for our leaders.