Hurricane Irma and the Edge-Walkers

Hurricane Irma has become a giant Rorschach test, producing whatever revelations that the beholder wants.

Apply to become a CxPC Editor-in-Training

Calling young visionaries! Apply to our editor-in-training program and become a future leader of CxPC.

Evangelicals at the Immigration Crossroads: Justice for DREAMers

Justice and mercy demand an answer for DREAMers, even as we as a nation expend great effort to secure the border and uphold the rule of law.

CAPC Magazine, Special Summer Edition: Some Some Summertime

Summer is the season for dreaming, for change, for rebirth, for confession. Read all about it in this special edition of the Christ and Pop Culture Magazine.

Dirty Dancing and Shrugging off the Dance Floor

My tears at Dirty Dancing stem from all that I’ve been told about being single.

The Total Eclipse and the Sublime God

The total eclipse can remind us that God, like nature, is also powerful, awful, and sublime.

Pass the Avocado Toast: The Limits of Self-Care

Practicing others-care isn’t instinctive, as self-care might be, but it is important.

The Saint Who Rolled with the Pigs

Since I’m not a historian, I’m going to tell you about the weird, possibly legendary, and super awkward stuff this guy did.

Larry Wilmore’s Black on the Air Upends Expectations

In an unexpected place, Wilmore provides a good model of apologetic dialogue.

Don’t Embrace the Power of the Dark Side

God’s word, and our own stories, teach us to overcome evil with good. Why don’t we listen?

A Good Life, a Good Death, and Good-Bye

The longer we live, the more losses we accrue. It doesn’t get easier. There is no ideal life.

Call for Pitches: Summertime

Write for our magazine! Submit a pitch for a feature article on the theme of summertime.

Voyager, Blind Willie Johnson, and Our Shared Humanity

If Voyager encounters alien life, what will the spacecraft and the record it carries tell about the human race?

CAPC Magazine, June 2017: Songs of Deliverance

Musicians deftly tear down old structures through artistic assault.

The History of Pews Is Just as Terrible and Embarrassing as You’d Imagine

Despite the advent of stadium-style seating and auditorium-like worship halls, the simple, ancient pew endures.

Stunt Food and the Desire for Perpetual Novelty

Stunt food, pursued in the name of novelty, turns out to be more of the same old, same old.