Seeing and Believing 216 | IT Chapter 2 and The Dead Zone

Wade is joined by Blake Collier to review “It Chapter 2” and a retro review of “The Dead Zone”. It’s all things Stephen King on Episode 216.

The Very “Human” Second Season of Star Trek: Discovery

In season two of Star Trek: Discovery, both the virtues and the flaws of classic Trek’s humanism are on display.

Kim’s Convenience and Finding Solace in Imperfect Parenting

No matter the culture, parents will always be parents, and the fears that cling to us that we might be doing irreversible damage to our children—whom we love more than life itself—reflect back to us in the best stories about families with children.

Dancing with Milton’s Satan: The Joker and a Fascination with Evil

Heath Ledger in The Dark Knight, Joaquin Phoenix’s Joker, and John Milton’s Satan invite us to view them as the heroes of stories that were never intended to be about them.

Finding Reason and Goodness in the Longing for a Superhero

Our collective superhero fascination reveals a lot about how we define ourselves, Jesus, and our relationship to him.

Seeing and Believing 215 | Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett’s Ready or Not and Joe Talbot’s The Last Black Man in San Francisco

Wade and special guest Sarah Welch-Larson review the horror comedy ‘Ready or Not” and Joe Talbot’s moving film, ‘The Last Black Man in San Francisco.’

A Voice in the Dark: The Relation between Art and Suffering

It’s perpetually difficult for those who love their creativity to understand and to reconcile it with their dark sides.

CAPC Magazine Issue 3 of 2019: Self-Definitions

Who are you? Who am I? These are the mysteries tackled in this issue of Christ and Pop Culture Magazine.

Violet Evergarden: What Is Love?

When we understand that love is multi-faceted and that it uncovers hurts, we move closer to understanding how love redeems.