Theory Hazit’s “Unforgivable”: Are There Limits to God’s Grace?

Like Theory Hazit, my life as I knew it was annihilated forever by my sinful choices, but God’s grace wasn’t limited.

Weezer: The Sound of Heaven Rejoicing

Weezer’s ‘Everything Will Be Alright in the End’ continues the overarching themes of ‘Pinkerton’: confession, reconciliation, and restitution, specifically through the gift of song.

CaPC Playlist: Icona Pop, Gentlemen Hall, Postal Service, San Cisco, and Kanye West

Independence Day Staple, the “1812 Overture” is a Story of God’s Sovereignty Over Human History

“The 1812 Overture then, is not a story of American patriotism and triumph but the story of a God Who is sovereign and provident over all of human history.”

CaPC Playlist: Deafheaven, Sigur Ros, The National, Brooke Waggoner, and A$AP Ferg

ELSEWHERE: Seeking Validation through Social Media

Music Matters: Feeding the Poor with Beauty in Music

“Without beauty, our souls would be as malnourished as our bodies would be apart from food.”

CaPC Playlist: Lauryn Hill, Brand New, Agent Ribbons, Brett Dennen, and Vespers

Music Matters: Sweetly Singing over the Pain in Iron & Wine’s ‘Ghost on Ghost’

Play Relaxing Music: A Simple Way to Reduce Bullying

CaPC Playlist: Killswitch Engage, Beyonce, Shai Linne, MS MR, and Brad Paisley/LL Cool J

ELSEWHERE: Iconic Star Wars Composer Likely on Board for “Star Wars: Episode VII”

ELSEWHERE: Defining Beauty in a Postmodern World

What is beauty? How do we define it? What does it look like? Transpositions and Ted Radio Hour both recently explored the complexity of beauty coming to some surprising conclusions.

Music Matters: Naming Names in Shai Linne’s “Fal$e Teacher$”

CaPC Playlist: Kacey Musgraves, Sho Baraka, Woodkid, Page CXVI, Jamie N. Commons and Deer Tick

Music Matters: What Can Metal Tell Us About the Importance of the Resurrection?

Metal bands understand the importance of the resurrection because if it is true it changes everything.