Best capc podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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The CAPC Digest with Drew Dixon And Tyler Burns
 
Going in-depth with pop culture, Drew Dixon and Tyler Burns go deeper with the writers of Christ and Pop Culture each week.
 
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The CaPC 25 for 2016
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The CaPC staff and guests bring their nominations for the most important events of pop culture each week, but only one will make it on The 25.
 
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Persuasion with Erin Straza And Hannah Anderson
 
Erin Straza and Hannah Anderson discuss a gamut of political, cultural, and women's issues through their unique experiences and perspectives.
 
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Seeing and Believing with Wade Bearden & Kevin McLenithan
 
Wade Bearden & Kevin Mclennithan search for the sacred on screen each week by reviewing the both the mainstream and indie film scene with the occasional special guest.
 
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Sunday Oldskool
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Where a love of Jesus informs a love of hip hop. At Sunday Oldskool, we listen for spiritual lessons and applications within mainstream and conscious hip hop. What it is, where's the beef, and what's really good.
 
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Burn After Listening with Nick Rynerson
 
Music critic Nick Rynerson and guests discuss grace and good music.
 
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Superheroes, rap, and cultural seclusion go head to head in this episode of the CaPC 25 for 2017. Jonathan is back with special guests Erin Straza, Brad Vermurlen, and Andrew Whitworth to nominate WonderWoman, Kendrick Lamar’s DAMN., and The Benedict Option by Rod Dreher. Returning to the CaPC 25 from 2016 is Andrew Whitworth bringing the lates ...…
 
Superheroes, rap, and cultural seclusion go head to head in this episode of the CaPC 25 for 2017. Jonathan is back with special guests Erin Straza, Brad Vermurlen, and Andrew Whitworth to nominate WonderWoman, Kendrick Lamar’s DAMN., and The Benedict Option by Rod Dreher. Returning to the CaPC 25 from 2016 is Andrew Whitworth bringing the lates ...…
 
After a brief hiatus, Jonathan is back with a some familiar guests and familiar nominations. Tyler Burns, Luke T. Harrington, and Adam Bryant Marshall are on deck this week to bring 2 old nominees back with 1 fresh addition to the list going up against the underdogs. Listen to The CaPC 25 for 2017 Episode 11: http://traffic.libsyn.com/capcpod/1 ...…
 
After a brief hiatus, Jonathan is back with a some familiar guests and familiar nominations. Tyler Burns, Luke T. Harrington, and Adam Bryant Marshall are on deck this week to bring 2 old nominees back with 1 fresh addition to the list going up against the underdogs. Listen to The CaPC 25 for 2017 Episode 11: http://traffic.libsyn.com/capcpod/1 ...…
 
Drew and Tyler chat with Rebecca Calhoun about her recent article, Moving Past the Purity Movement. We discuss our personal experiences with the purity movement and the lessons we have learned since then. We discuss the importance of making sure our teaching is marked by grace as well as how to encourage honest yet gracious conversations about ...…
 
Drew and Tyler chat with Rebecca Calhoun about her recent article, Moving Past the Purity Movement. We discuss our personal experiences with the purity movement and the lessons we have learned since then. We discuss the importance of making sure our teaching is marked by grace as well as how to encourage honest yet gracious conversations about ...…
 
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PARASITES FORECASTS ARE IN: Companion Animal Parasite Council Predicts 2017 to Be a Hotbed an Increase Prevalence of Heartworm for PROTECT YOUR PET â?? NOW IS THE TIME!The Nationâ??s Leading Parasite Experts Show Us HowThere are more than 175 million dogs and cats in the United States. However, only 60 percent of dogs are protected for parasite ...…
 
Drew and Tyler chat with Jonathan Edwards about his recent article The Tragedy of Family ‘Fences.’ We discuss the recent Viola Davis and Denzel Washington film and its depiction of fatherhood. We discuss the film’s take on the destructive and deceptive power of sin. We also discuss how the gospel changes our perspective on family, even our fami ...…
 
The CaPC 25 for 2017 is back for our 10th episode with returning guests Jason Morehead, E.Stephen Burnett, and Nate Claiborne. The nominations this week include a second chance for the anime movie, Your Name from director Makoto Shinkai after failing to crack the list last week. Going up against the returning nominee is the eighth studio album ...…
 
Tyler and Drew chat Jen Pollock Michel about her recent article “For the Love of S Town” in which she reflects on the popular new podcast S-Town about a complex individual from a small rural town in Alabama and his complex relationship with his town. We discuss the importance of taking steps to actively love and empathize with people from place ...…
 
A video game, an anime, and a podcast make an appearance on this episode of The 25 for 2017. Rookie Amy Peterson joins returning guest Tyler Glodjo and host Jonathan Clauson as they battle it out to see which of their nominations will make it onto the list this week. Jonathan plays double duty as host and nominator, bringing The Legend of Zelda ...…
 
How does one be “a good man?” Tyler and Drew chat with Brad Williams about his recent article Stop Trying to Be a Man and Start Trying to Be a Good Man. We discuss some of the extra biblical definitions of manhood that are floating around the church as well as how we might encourage Christian men who might not fit the stereotype. Finally, Brad ...…
 
This week’s episode of The CaPC 25 for 2017 finds our managing editor Erin Straza pitted against Luke T. Harrington and newcomer for 2017, Mathew Loftus. Luke T. Harrington brings one of the most passionate and articulate orations in the history of the show for the Nintendo Switch console…which he neither owns nor has played. Meanwhile Mathew L ...…
 
What happens when you bring a video game to a film critics fight with Adamantium claws? This episode of The CaPC 25 finds our former managing editor Tyler Glodjo standing his ground against Seeing and Believing’s Wade Bearden and Kevin McLenithan with their nominations ‘Logan’ and ‘The Salesman’ respectively. Listen to The CaPC 25 for 2017 Epis ...…
 
In this episode of the CaPC Digest, Drew and last minute co-host Jonathan Clauson are joined by CaPC writer Val Dunham. The discussion centers around Val’s article, Solidarity, BBC Dad and her own reflections on the social media phenomenon. The conversation includes a recap of the video itself followed by a breakdown of the different corners of ...…
 
McDonald’s Grand Mac, U2’s The Joshua Tree, and Khalid’s American Teen are up for the 6th spot on the CaPC 25 for 2017. Special guests Skye Jethani, Drew Dyck, and Richard Clark join Jonathan for one of the most disorganized, non-political, and rule breaking episodes yet in the history of the show. Also, will this be the show where Jonathan can ...…
 
Dark horror comedy, culture gardening tips, and instrumental music are up for the fifth slot on the CaPC 25 for 2017. Special guests Gina Dalfonzo, Tyler Burns, and Jason Morehead join Jonathan for a lively debate. Up for nomination this week is the Jordan Peele–directed film Get Out, the new instrumental album from Grails called Chalice Hymnal ...…
 
Tyler and Drew chat with Chad Ashby about his recent article Dave Eggers’s The Circle: A Social Media Dystopia. We discuss the importance of privacy and our need to be truly known. We also discuss our investment in social media, Facebook in particular, and how we might navigate that space more responsibly and Christianly. Listen to The CaPC Dig ...…
 
The CaPC 25 for 2017 welcomes special guests Gina Dalfonzo, Geoffrey Rieter, and Nick Rynerson. Join us as our guests nominate shows with zombies, queens, and aspiring dancing actors for their place on the esteemed list that reflects the good, the truthful, and the beautiful in pop culture. The Santa Clarita Diet, Victoria, and La La Land are u ...…
 
Ronda Rousey and failure are the two topics Drew and Tyler chat about with Cameron McAllister in regards to his recent article “A Question I Hope Ronda Rousey is Asking Right Now.” The trio chat about the MMA and Rousey’s recent failures and what we can learn about confronting our own fear of failure. We also discuss how the gospel shapes our t ...…
 
Sarah Kelly is back to host this episode of The 25, along with special guests Erin Straza, Hannah Anderson, and Val Dunham. The nominations cover the range from family friendly animated movies, news trends, and the biggest game of the year in sports with one of the most loved/hated teams in the league. Listen to The CaPC 25 for 2017 Episode 3: ...…
 
Jonathan is joined by special guests Luke T. Harrington and Cray Allred to debate the second addition to the CaPC 25 for 2017. On the table for discussion is Melissa McCarthy’s performance as Press Secretary Sean Spicer, Michael Wear’s book Reclaiming Hope, and HBO’s The Young Pope starring Jude Law as an American Pope and the youngest ever ele ...…
 
Tyler and Drew bring along Wade Bearden and Peter G. Epps to talk bout Silence, faith, and culture. Both Wade and Peter wrote articles about Martin Scorsese’s film Silence which you can find links to in the notes below. The quartet discuss the film’s depiction of faith and doubt, its handling of Japanese culture, and whether Christians should f ...…
 
CaPC Editor-In-Chief Alan Noble, GameChurch Editor-In-Chief Drew Dixon, and CaPC Editor Emeritus Brad Williams join the lowly podcast host Jonathan R. Clauson to kick off the 2017 season of The CaPC 25! Each week special guests will come on the show to nominate what they believe reflects the good, the truthful, and the beautiful in pop culture ...…
 
Tyler and Drew chat with Gina Dalfonzo about work, family, and calling in her recent article, “Gotta Dance: La La Land and Singing’ in the Rain Celebrate Calling and Creativity.” We discuss whether the film is as good as advertised and what it has to say about love, family, work, and creativity. We discuss the importance of work and how we can ...…
 
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Persuasion with Erin Straza And Hannah Anderson
 
In our young imaginations, we would summon the heroes we loved and proclaim, “Did you ever knoooow that you’re my heeee–ro?” Since 1982, the likes of Lee Greenwood, Gladys Knight, and Bette Middler have crooned about the wind beneath our collective wings. Whether we look to celebrities, saints, or superheroes, we’re longing for a vision of the ...…
 
Tyler and Drew chat with Matthew Loftus about Black Mirror, technology and the darkness of our hearts from his recent article “Nothing is New Under the Black Mirror.” We chat about the human tendency to use technology in destructive ways. We talk about what Black Mirror has to say about the state of discourse in our country as well as how we mi ...…
 
The crew returns for the second part of the season finale: ranking the list of the Top 25 Pop Culture Artifacts in 2016. Earlier in the week, we put together the final 25 things we felt represented the good, the true, and the beautiful in pop culture from a Christian perspective. Now all that remains is to rank what we feel the most significant ...…
 
Tyler and Drew chat with Collin Huber about eating to the glory of God while discussing his article, “Cooked, Slow Food, and the Allure of Beauty.” We discuss the recent Netflix Documentary series Cooked and the slow food movement. We also discuss the ethics of what we eat and how we cook. We chat about how food relates to us image bearers and ...…
 
Jonathan and Sarah are back, along with special guests Erin Straza, Tyler Glodjo, Tyler Burns, and Richard Clark to finalize the CaPC 25 for 2016. The pop culture events, people, movies, TV shows, albums, and more that defined 2016 in ways that reflected the good, the true, and the beautiful are molded into near final form in this two part extr ...…
 
Drew and Tyler chat with Stephen Addcox about the hit HBO show Westworld. We discuss the ethical dilemmas the show brings up. We discuss its handling of suffering and love as well as the difficulties of a world where anything goes. Listen to The CaPC Digest Episode 70: http://traffic.libsyn.com/capcpod/The_CaPC_Digest_Episode_70.mp3 Theme music ...…
 
Tyler and Drew chat with Nana Dolce about her recent article Ava DuVernay’s 13th Explores the Troubling Roots of Mass Incarceration. We discuss the 13th, a recent documentary on our nation’s problem of mass incarceration and the systemic injustice at its roots. We discuss how we might pursue repentance, serve in our prison systems, and start pr ...…
 
Jonathan and Sarah are reunited for this last episode of the regular season of the CaPC 25 for 2016. Joining them are special guests Luke T. Harrington and Gina Dalfonzo. Nominees for this week include “How America Lost Its F***ing Mind” by David Wong, the book “Sing for Your Life: A Story of Race, Music, and Family” by Daniel Bergner regarding ...…
 
Tyler and Drew chat with Daniel Motley about his recent article Proclaiming a Better Way: Christian Community After the Election. We discuss the divide in our country over the recent election and how we might strive to find common ground with those we disagree with politically as well as how we might speak the truth in love. We close out the po ...…
 
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