Seeing and Believing 375 | Tetris & Amadeus

Do video games count as art? Kevin and Sarah want to know as they review Tetris. They also review the Oscar-winning 1984 film, Amadeus.

The Scandal of Reading 21 | Mary McCampbell on Graham Greene’s The Power and the Glory

Mary W. McCampbell joins the show to talk about Graham Greene’s novel, The Power and the Glory and the themes of the “Whiskey Priest.”

It’s Not a Game: Why Consent Isn’t Enough in Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow

Gabrielle Zevin’s acclaimed novel contains a darker thread that highlights the problem with consent being the be-all and end-all of sexual relationships.

Cheyney Women’s Basketball & The Greatest Story Seldom Told

As long as we’re willing to persevere and trust in God’s process, we have more than a chance.

M3GAN and Attachment Theory

M3GAN’s warning works because everyone in the theater already realizes that their kids are spending too much time on screens.

Seeing and Believing 374 | John Wick: Chapter 4 & The Warriors (1979)

Sarah and returning guest Abby Olcese find themselves reviewing not one but two adrenaline-soaked action movies this week.

The Scandal of Reading 20 | Kaitlyn Schiess on Dorothy L. Sayers’ Zeal of thy House

Writer, Author, and ThD student Kaitlyn Schiess joins Jessica to talk about their love for Dorothy L. Sayers’ Zeal of Thy House.

Women Talking: The Novel and Film Offering Lament Space for Christian Audiences

In Women Talking, we imagine, with female imagination, how much both men and women stand to lose when they are chained to systems that do not lead to human flourishing.

Seeing and Believing March 2023 Bonus | Inherit the Wind with Truce Podcast

In this bonus episode, Sarah and Kevin sit down with Chris Staron of Truce Podcast to discuss Inherit the Wind.

Emotional Complexity and Henry Bromell’s Panic

With the increasing prevalence of depression and concern for mental health nationwide, Panic is primed for rediscovery.

Autopsies and Allegory in David O. Russell’s Amsterdam

Amsterdam offers a ceaseless juxtaposition of the glamorous and the grotesque, inviting viewers to ask profound questions about how consumerism and materialism have numbed us to our deepest needs.

Seeing and Believing 373 | 65 & All Is Lost

Sarah and Kevin find themselves in survival situations this week with Adam Driver in “65”, and Robert Redford in “All is Lost.”

The Scandal of Reading 19 | Lit Pulpit – Go Tell It On the Mountain, Part 2

Claude and Austin discuss their impressions of Baldwin’s cast of characters and the critical importance of setting.

Tales of the Jedi Reveals the Pitfalls of Religious Institutions

The recent Star Wars series reveals the dark side of institutions caring only for their power and status.

He Don’t Want That Smoke: A King’s Advice to Ja Morant

The best advice for someone in Morant’s position might come from someone who’s done it all, had it all, been there, and done that: the king who wrote Ecclesiastes.

The Creature Rhythms of Hulu’s The Bear

The Bear poses the question: Does structure itself cause fractures? Or does it only do so when divorced from love?