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Seeing and Believing 370 | Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania & Edge of Tomorrow

Kevin and Sarah take on the latest MCU installment, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania and Edge of Tomorrow in the watchlist segment.

The Scandal of Reading 16 | Lit Pulpit – Go Tell It On The Mountain

Austin and Claude delve into James Baldwin’s debut novel.

India’s RRR Reveals the Weakness of America’s Male Relationships

The more I think about it, the more likely it seems that the lack of on-screen depictions of healthy, non-romantic male relationships has affected us more than we probably realize.

Seeing and Believing 369 | Magic Mike’s Last Dance & The Swimmer (1968)

It’s raining men! Kevin and Sarah review Steven Soderbergh’s Magic Mike’s Last Dance and Frank Perry’s The Swimmer.

The Scandal of Reading 15 | Patti Callahan Henry on CS Lewis’ Till We Have Faces

Jessica is joined by Patti Callahan Henry to discuss their shared love for C.S. Lewis and the story of Joy Davidman.

Oh Fudge! Why We Swear and What it Means

There are times when, to properly name evil as evil, only the worst of words will do.

Seeing and Believing 368 | Poker Face & Bad Times at the El Royale

Kevin and Sarah confront the truth in all forms in Rian Johnson’s Poker Face, then Drew Goddard’s 2018 movie Bad Times at the El Royale.

The Scandal of Reading 14 | Matthew Mullins on Anne Bradstreet

Jessica is joined by Matthew Mullins to discuss their shared love for poetry and Anne Bradstreet. 

The Fabelmans, Aftersun, and Seeing Our Parents in a Truer Light

At the center of both The Fabelmans and Aftersun are characters reflecting on their childhood, looking to better understand who their parents were.

Seeing and Believing February 2023 Bonus Episode | 2023 Movie Preview

Kevin and Sarah talk about their most anticipated movies for the upcoming year in this 2023 movie preview bonus episode.

Skinamarink and the New Face of Enchantment

Vague, boring, sad, and unnerving, the new face of enchantment belongs to a cultural moment that sees people tying themselves in knots over what it means to be human.

The Banshees of Inisherin and the Beauty of Unexpected Friends

The Banshees of Inisherin asks the question: How do friends fit into our lives?

Seeing and Believing 367 | Knock at the Cabin & Take Shelter

Kevin and Sarah take on an apocalypse or two with M. Night Shyamalan’s latest outing Knock at the Cabin and Jeff Nichols’s Take Shelter.

The Scandal of Reading 13 | Drew E. Jackson on Howard Thurman’s Jesus and the Disinherited

Jessica is joined by poet and pastor Drew E. Jackson to discuss Howard Thurman’s Jesus and the Disinherited.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Last Ronin’s Guiding Voices and the Search for Peace

For the Turtle, or anyone who has always been told what to do, losing that direction can be disorienting.

Maya Moore: Love and (No More) Basketball

From Maya Moore’s decision to retire from basketball in the prime of her career, we can learn to use our gifts and talents to pursue the good and flourishing of others’ lives.