Call for Features: Tribalism

Red Dawn’s Conflicted Christian-Pagan Heroism and the Need for Chivalry

At its worst and best, Red Dawn challenges us to think about how we see war, masculinity, and honor.

The Comic Case Against Trump

To those tempted to take a tragic view this election season, I would counter that the Christian vision of reality is in fact a comic one.

Improv and the Yes/And of Loving People Well

Improv is more than making people laugh. It can also teach us how to love them well, just like Jesus did.

Is a Religious Life a Wasted Life?

We are made for happiness, and happiness can only be found in the God of Holy Love.

Blue Like Jazz and the Evolving Ethos of Ethan Hawke

Ethan Hawke isn’t Miller’s imaginary “Cool Christian,” but his intuitive understanding of scripture is humbling and remarkable.

CAPC’s Favorite Games, Memes, and Cultural Moments of 2023

Our favorites include epic fantasy, dark academia, the Duggar sisters, Pedro Pascal, and more.

Marrying for Love? Marcia A. Zug’s You’ll Do and the Problem of Marital Privilege (Part 2)

We keep on using the word “marriage,” but it no longer means what we think it means.

Why Marry? Marcia A. Zug’s You’ll Do Explores the Strange and Surprising Reasons (Part 1)

I never knew that American marriages had such a checkered history.

1983 vs. 2023: When Is Revival Right for America?

Some Christians want their version of revival so desperately that they try to force revival through fearmongering.

CAPC’s Most Popular Articles of 2023

These are the articles that resonated most with our readers in 2023.

Chasing God: The Divine Quest of Eugene Exman

The open-minded liberal Protestantism of publisher Eugene Exman blinded him to significant aspects of the human experience.

Air Jordan: Relic of Desire

The film Air treats the Air Jordan with a reverence befitting its cultural status; holy relics elicit similar feelings, offering a tangible link to transcendence through the imprint of a remarkable individual’s body. 

Why It’s Important That Barbie Goes to the Gynecologist and Becomes a Real Girl

Underneath Barbie’s hot pink text of third-wave feminism, there’s a juicy subtext that values female embodied experience.

CAPC’s Most Popular Posts of 2023 (So Far…)

We’re halfway through 2023, so now seems like the perfect time to highlight some of our most popular articles.

Christ and Pop Culture Reflects on the Legacy of Timothy Keller

Christ and Pop Culture writers present their reflections on how Timothy Keller’s life and thought informed or shaped their own work.