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CAPC Podcast #4: Hot Pockets, Steven Furtick’s Elevation Church, The Beats Music App

Listen here. Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday we discuss a wide range of topics and provide the kind of perspectives you’ve grown to love from our stable of thoughtful, talented writers and editors. Please consider subscribing, enjoying, and reviewing the show, all of which you can do just a few clicks away in iTunes. Today, Editor-in-Chief Richard Clark is joined by Staff Writers Brad Williams and Nick Rynerson to discuss the mysteries of what goes inside the now-recalled Hot Pockets, Steven Furtick’s Elevation Church, and… Read more

Authenticating Ourselves to Death

“I don’t think Holden Caulfield would get out of bed in 2014, I really don’t.” Read more

Downton Abbey: People Talk

Downton Abbey shows the ways in which our careful and sensitive use of our words can benefit others, and, ultimately, be used in service to the body of Christ, the Word. Read more

Walking with the Dead: Living on Borrowed Faith

Sometimes we need to live on borrowed faith. Read more

Introducing: Christ and Pop Culture, The Podcast

Click here to listen! After nearly a year of dormancy, we’re ready to get back on the podwagon: introducing the new Christ and Pop Culture Podcast. Please consider subscribing, enjoying, and reviewing the show, all of which you can do just a few clicks away in iTunes. The CaPC podcast will be published three times a week. Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, we’ll be keeping up with a wide range of topics–film, music, the church, sports, sexuality, race, etc.–and providing the kind of perspectives… Read more

The Kiddy Pool: All in the Olympic Family

The Olympics and the Church. Read more

Olympic Metaphors and Marriage

When we choose other metaphors over Christ and His Bride, we diminish the mystery of marriage and the glory of the gospel itself. Read more

ABCFamily’s “The Fosters” and the Power of Adoption

In a world where belonging so often depends on bloodlines, nationality, or economics, God uses adoption to demonstrate the radical inclusivity of his kingdom. Read more

On the Anniversary of His Execution, What Can We Learn From the “First Martyr of Science”

On February 17th, 1600 A.D., Giordano Bruno, a Dominican priest, philosopher, and mathematician, was condemned as a heretic and burned at the stake by the Roman Inquisition. Read more

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