On Comics, Colliders, and Cave Pictures: An Interview with Mark Rodgers

Author Mark Rodgers sits down with Alan Noble to talk about writing a comic book inspired by E. M. Forster.

Melodies of Sin and Salvation: Why Modern Worship Music Needs a More Holistic View of Salvation

Our worship should teach us to long for more than our individual salvation, but to long for the redemption of the whole world.

The Carters and the Importance of Disrupting Old Narratives

Following the Carters’ lead, the Church must include Christians of color in our origin stories and current cultural framework.

The Blessed Machine and the Dangers of Technology

The author of a new graphic novel from Cave Pictures Publishing explains how E. M. Forster and the CERN super collider inspired his work.

‘You’re like Me’: Friendship in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse emphasizes C. S. Lewis’s understanding of friendship among people who understand one another.

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?

What Is Masculinity? Gillette’s Challenge to Men in the Era of #MeToo

The Gillette ad can remind us that the outward trappings of “manliness” are not what God counts as good.

Tethered to the World: Remembering Mary Oliver

Oliver’s poetry reminds us that astonishment is a bridge between us and the beauty of creation.

She-Ra, the Princess of Power, and the Power of Princesses

She-Ra does an amazing job of presenting characters, especially female characters, as whole beings.

The Christ and Pop Culture 25 of 2018

A list of our favorite things from 2018.

The CAPC 25 for 2018 Finale Part 1: Finalizing the List

Our staff debates about what reflected the good, the true, and the beautiful in 2018 and narrows it down to an unranked list of the Top 25.

CAPC’s Most-Read Articles of 2018

The most-read article list is a check of our readership’s pulse, so to speak.

George Bailey at the Bridge: The Costly Virtue of It’s a Wonderful Life

If we’re not willing to give of ourselves for the communities in which God has placed us, what will be the cost of the absence of our virtue?

CAPC Writers Reflect on Christmas Traditions

Our writers share how traditions shape their Christmas celebrations.

In The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, the Coen Brothers Show Love for the Good Book

By playing to the canon in The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, while at once forging their own trail, the Coens manage to both nod to and question the orthodoxy of what we’ve been told about the grand ‘ole world of outlaws and guns and rickety wagons.

The Decentering Power of Kim’s Convenience

Watching a show like Kim’s Convenience is a helpful exercise for anyone in the dominant culture to experience the decentering of whiteness and the elevation of stories from the margins.