The Princess Bride: 35 Years of Story and Twue Wuv

Great storytelling satisfies a life-sustaining appetite in all of us and targets the true love we all need.

Why We Need to Listen to Black Women, the Conscience of America

The truths Black women offer are rarely rosy verities, but they are necessary gospels if we are to make our American culture equitable and just for all.

Seeing and Believing 322 | Cyrano & Carol

Mid-February means romance movies, new and old as Kevin and Sarah review “Cyrano” and “Carol” in this episode.

Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor and the Spiritual Lessons of Dark Lords

By compromising the connection between player and hero-protagonist, Shadow of Mordor sets up the player to identify as the villain, with no prior warning.

The Book of Boba Fett Recap: Better than Bad (Episode 7)

I thought the show would only succeed once Boba Fett expands his table. It turns out, the showrunners thought the same thing.

Seeing and Believing 321 | Death on the Nile & Broadcast News

It’s detectives, reporters, and your intrepid podcast hosts coming together on this week’s episode with Death on the Nile and Broadcast News.

Welcome to Earth: Seeing the World Through Will Smith’s Eyes

Hosted by Will Smith, Welcome to Earth allows us to see the secret and hidden things of our planet.

Sex Ed Through Stories: Helping Our Kids Acquire Healthy Shame

Surrounded by a world of shameless porn and an attitude in the church that sees all shame as unhealthy, we need to remember that it is a holy thing, a beautiful thing, to blush.

Spider-Man: Not Just a Man, but a Just Man

Spider-Man: No Way Home is about a boy becoming a man — and a just one at that.

Station Eleven: The Virtue of Helping Even When You Don’t Know What You’re Doing

Healing doesn’t require a degree. But it does require a willingness to share someone’s suffering.

Myth, Mountains, and Mysticism: Till We Have Faces and Christian Storytelling

Till We Have Faces expresses the way in which Christian storytelling at its best has the potential to work upon people.

The Book of Boba Fett ‌‌Recap:‌ And Now For Something Completely Different ‌(Episode‌s 5 & 6)‌ ‌

The people at Lucasfilm squeezed the epilogue of The Mandalorian’s second season into The Book of Boba Fett’s first.

Why Sincere Self-Awareness Leads to Stasis in Beautiful World, Where Are You

In Beautiful World, Where Are You, Rooney’s characters stay in a state of perpetual moral paralysis so as to avoid falling to their knees.

Seeing and Believing 320 | “The Lost Daughter” & “A Separation”

Kevin and Sarah discuss Maggie Gyllenhaal’s directorial debut The Lost Daughter and introduce their new segment, The Watchlist