Reset by David Murray, Free for CAPC Members
Reset is an excellent example of taking the fruits of common grace psychology and integrating them into a practical theology for Christians.
Christ and Pop Culture Magazine is a full-fledged iOS magazine. With this app, which is available in the Apple App Store, you’ll be able to read our magazine on your preferred iOS device: your iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch. It’s a distinct experience geared toward being read on a static iPad page, much like print.
The Christ and Pop Culture Magazine, published in conjunction with the wonderful people at 29th Street Publishing, is available in the Apple App store right now for freeand includes one issue and a weeklong free trial. After that, auto-renewing subscriptions are $2.99 for a month or $29.99 for a year. Each issue comes with six or seven high-quality articles. Why pay us money when you can get a bunch of CaPC articles for free already? Let us explain:
Each issue comes with an incredible assortment of exclusive content. In addition to two exclusive feature articles, edited and prepared from the ground up for the iOS magazine, we’ll also include an insightful Letter from the Editor about each issue’s theme, and occasionally other bonus content. As our readership and support increases, we hope to offer more exclusive content.
Since 2007, CaPC has been publishing quality, Christian cultural commentary. We have a lot of content. And most of that content you’ll never see because of the ephemeral nature of the Internet. So, in each issue, we highlight some of the best articles we’ve written in our seven years of publishing as they fit with the issue’s theme.
The Christ and Pop Culture Magazine is an elegant, minimalist reading experience that places the focus squarely on the ideas. There are no widgets, no comments, no bells and whistles.
We want you to be able to read and consider the content rather than be distracted.
We believe strongly in the important role Christ and Pop Culture fills for the church. We seek to actively and thoughtfully address subjects that others either ignore or treat superficially.
Our beliefs are grounded in the authority of Scripture, yet we seek to maintain a thoughtful independence from the knee jerk reactions and uncritical biases that are often prominent within Christian circles. We work hard to maintain strong editorial oversight in order to provide you with the best possible material at all times.
For us, this comes down to the Golden Rule. We want to treat you how we would like to be treated. We merely ask the same in return. If not, that’s okay; there will still be plenty of fantastic CaPC content available on the website. But our bold experiment is to see if the relationship between our website and its readers can be characterized by love and goodwill first and foremost.
We’re not just offering this to you because it’s in our best interest. The magazine is inexpensive, elegant, and a simple way to directly support an outlet you’ve grown to love. This magazine is for you.
You can subscribe to the Christ and Pop Culture iOS Magazine here, or by searching for us on the app store.
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