Making All Things New by David Powlison, Free for CAPC Members
In Making All Things New, David Powlison is realistic about the fact that sexual brokenness is often wider and deeper than we initially surmise.
After a few weeks in theaters, Martin Scorsese’s latest magnum opus is streaming on Netflix, and the guys are on the case. They examine where The Irishman falls in Scorsese’s body of work and discuss the themes that arise in its story of regretful mobsters. Another awards-season hopeful, Trey Edward Shults’s Waves, gets the Seeing & Believing treatment as well. Does Shults’s story of an black family dealing with ambition, tragedy, and relational pressure sink or swim?
Music interlude by Sophie Asia, “The English Grey.” Used under Creative Commons license 3.0.
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