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Missing Richard Simmons and the Grace of Reciprocity

Missing Richard Simmons provides a detailed look into the complexity of human relationships and the deep need we have for truly reciprocal relationships.

The CaPC 25 for 2017 Episode 8: The Nintendo Switch, S-Town, and Silence

The 25 takes a dramatic turn as Luke T. Harrington brings the Nintendo Switch…which he does not own while Erin brings S-Town and Mathew brings ‘Silence’.

Robert P. George, Cornel West and the Gift of Civil Disagreement

If our nation’s leading intellectuals can disagree with each other and still be civil, why can’t the rest of us do the same?

Persuasion: This Is How We Knoll

Do you know how to knoll? Erin Straza and Hannah Anderson look at the trend and why we are drawn to the symmetry and orderliness of knolling.

Stop Trying to Be a Man and Start Trying to Be a Good Man

Christian men are weeping over a form of masculinity that Jesus never called us to pursue.

You Can’t Skip Lament and Have a Happy New Year

Lament recognizes that we are pictures of the kingdom of God, not drawn to scale.

Our Pepsi Protest Party

Maybe we hate the Pepsi ad for reasons other than the more obvious ones: its vapidity, unironic consumerism, excessive denim.

Seeing and Believing Episode 102: Terrence Malick’s Song to Song and Oz Perkins’ The Blackcoat’s Daughter

Wade and Kevin review the latest from Terrance Malick, ‘Song to Song’ and then into light fair with Oz Perkin’s horror film, ‘The Blackcoat’s Daughter.’

The Crumbling Chicken Church in Java

What does it mean when God gives you a dream—and then the dream dies?

Show, Don’t Prove: An Interview with The Case for Christ‘s Lee Strobel

Lee Strobel shares about the method and motivation behind The Case for Christ—and what this says about how Christians should defend the faith.

Persuasion: Beauty and the Beast Raise a Ruckus

Erin Straza and Hannah Anderson hash out all the cheers and jeers of the 2017 remake of Beauty and the Beast.

Exploring Embodied Racism in Get Out and The Thing with Two Heads

The racism Peele is poking at in Get Out is a sort that’s proven difficult, if not impossible, to excise from American culture.

Will the Church Value Video Games in 2017?

Video games offer new and meaningful systems in which to craft and critique experiences.

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.

The CaPC 25 for 2017 Episode 7: Logan, Breath of the Wild, and The Salesman

Seeing and Believing Episode 101: Disney’s Beauty and the Beast and Daniel Espinosa’s Life