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Moon Knight ‌‌Recap:‌ Playing God in the Process (Episodes 2 & 3)

Marc Spector continues to wrestle with the implications of his role as Khonshu’s avatar of justice.

Call for Pitches, Q2 2022: Conflict and Peacemaking

We’re now accepting pitches for our Q2 features.

Station Eleven: The Virtue of Being an Artist and Answering Death with Beauty

At the heart of Station Eleven is a conflict between affirmation of Life and negation of Life. Affirmation wins.

Seeing & Believing 329 | “Ambulance” and “Andrei Rublev”

To observe Good Friday, Kevin and Sarah contemplate Andrei Tarkovsky’s “Andrei Rublev” but first, they discuss Michael Bay’s Ambulance.

Seeing and Believing 328 | Morbius & Let the Right One In

Kevin and Sarah sink their teeth into Sony’s latest MCU offering with “Morbius.” Then the duo review the original “Let the Right One In”

Moon Knight ‌‌Recap:‌ Laters Gators ‌(Episode 1)‌

Maybe in the midst of this rock ’em sock ’em superhero show, we’ll learn something of spiritual pride’s dangers.

“The Eleventh Hour”: Faith Like a Child in Doctor Who‘s Good Fairytale

“The Eleventh Hour” shows us that sometimes having faith like a child awakens belief when all else fails.

Seeing and Believing 327 | Everything Everywhere All At Once & What’s Up Doc

Kevin and Sarah dive into the multiverse of “Everything Everywhere All At Once” followed by “What’s Up Doc” in the Watchlist segment.

Why Are Dr. Rick’s Progressive Ads Actually Traditional Comedy?

Dr. Rick ads provide a relaxed common ground between generations and opportunities for approachable honesty with those outside the church.

The Unexpected Parenting in Jodie Whittaker’s Doctor Who

As the Doctor travels through time and space, she becomes a surprisingly good parenting example for those of us without a TARDIS.

Natalie Bergman’s Mercy Is an Exquisite Expression of Grief, Faith, and Love

These songs may be deeply sad, but the album serves as a stirring reminder that death doesn’t have the final word.

Seeing and Believing 326 | Master & The Lady Eve

It is social commentary horror with “Master” juxtaposed with 1950’s romantic comedy “The Lady Eve” on the week’s episode.

Pride, Panache, and Paradox in Cyrano

Cyrano reminds us that most of us could use a little panache.

Seeing and Believing 325 | Turning Red & Kiki’s Delivery Service

Kevin and Sarah find themselves in an animated disagreement over Pixar’s latest movie, Turning Red and then bond over Kiki’s Delivery Service

100 Years Later, Nosferatu Still Casts a Long Shadow

Nosferatu is a relic of a day when people were not afraid to make moral judgments and make their monsters monstrous.

When You Think God Is on Your Side: The Fall of the Russian Empire

Nicholas’s assumption that he was acting on God’s behalf to preserve the divinely-blessed Russian Empire pushed the country into disaster.