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Seeing and Believing Episode 100: The 100th Episode Spectacular!

Today marks the 100th episode of Seeing & Believing! Wade and Kevin reminisce about their favorite moments and then list their Top 5 films from BFI’s Top 100 Films.

How to Be Human: A Viewing of How to Be Single

How to Be Single invites Christians to acquaint themselves with the Christian understanding of humanness.

The Christian Relic Nobody Wants to Talk About

The people of Calcata continued to parade through the streets with the prepuce every January 1 almost until Return of the Jedi hit theaters.

Noname’s Telefone: Attending to Our Salvation

Noname’s attentiveness to the world challenges and subverts an all too familiar understanding of salvation.

The CaPC 25 for 2017 Episode 6: The Joshua Tree, American Teen, and The Grand Mac

Skye Jethani, Drew Dyck, and Richard Clark join Jonathan to talk about U2’s reissue of The Joshua Tree, Khalid’s American Teen, and McDonald’s Grand Mac.

Paradoxology by Krish Kandiah, Free for CAPC Members

Paradoxology provides an apologetic for uncertainty and a defense of discomfort.

Persuasion: Can We Build the Kingdom without Missionaries? with Amy Peterson

Can We Build the Kingdom without Missionaries? Erin and Hannah talk with Amy Peterson about her book, ‘Dangerous Territory: My Misguided Quest to Save the World.’

It’s Not About You: Doctor Strange and the Dichotomy of Self

It’s not about us. And we think too little of ourselves.

The Not-So-False Dichotomy of Fate/Zero

Submission to a worthy and trustworthy person emboldens, even in the fictional relationships of Fate/Zero.

Seeing and Believing Episode 99: How to Talk to a Movie and Jordan Vogt-Roberts’ Kong: Skull Island

Today on the show, Elijah Davidson of Reel Spirituality joins half of the Seeing and Believing crew to discuss Jordan Vogt-Roberts’ Kong: Skull Island

Solidarity, BBC Dad

BBC Dad started that interview as an expert on Korean politics, but he ended it as Every Parent Ever.

The CaPC 25 for 2017 Episode 5: Get Out, Culture Care, and Chalice Hymnal

Up for nomination this week is the Jordan Peele directed film Get Out, the album from Grails Chalice Hymnal, and Culture Care by Makoto Fujimura.

Jesus the Populist, Cosmopolitan Christ

Jesus is more cosmopolitan than many ordinary Americans seem to recognize.

Persuasion: For the Love of Target

For the love of Target! Erin and Hannah chat on how the way we shop is shaping the sort of experiences we can expect in years to come.

Let Me Help You Make Your Mind up about The OA

Though flawed, The OA is beautiful, heartbreaking, and deeply hopeful.

Wonder, Belief, and Buddy the Elf

We all long to be awed and to believe in something beyond ourselves.