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X-Men: Apocalypse

X-Men: Apocalypse is a serviceable third film light on theme but delivers some good-enough mutant fights.

Exodus 5:22-7:13

There’s a genealogy. Aaron has a rod. And Pharaoh assumes the people are lazy, which is a convenient excuse for oppression.

A Theology of Marriage with Latifah Phillips of Moda Spira

We welcome Latifah Phillips of Page CXVI. Her new solo project, Moda Spira is a revealing look into marriage. We discuss why marriages struggle to flourish in the Church, and how churches can do better at creating spaces for marriages to flourish. PLUS: A new song from the Moda Spira record!

CLOWN

Now that CLOWN is finally getting a US release, the gang investigates this horrifying new take on an old fear. We explore why we’re so scared of clowns. And we talk to stars Andy Powers and Laura Allen to learn what it’s like to be on the other side of the camera when the horror gets turned up to 11.

Transgender, Transsexual, Intersex: A helpful guide for beginners

I’ve seen people I care about confused about the transgender, transsexual or intersex population. That confusion can lead to ignorant or even hurtful comments and posts on social media. I thought it might be helpful to explain a few things.

Exodus 5:1-21

Moses’ first audience with Pharaoh doesn’t go well. The Hebrews end up with more work. The contest of the gods continues.

Christian Education

We’re back! Season 3 kicks off with What is Christian Education? Do pastors really need to be educated? What are some options for continuing education for those called into vocational ministry?

BATMAN V CAT IN TREE: DAWN IN THE EAST

Batman helps get a cat… OUT OF A TREE!

Exodus 4:18-31

Before Moses can get back to Egypt, he has to face an attack… from none other than GOD! What?!

SLITHER 10th Anniversary

In honor of SLITHER’s 10th anniversary, the gang investigates the James Gunn horror comedy classic. How does the film hold up after a decade?

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God v The Langoliers: Dawn of Tomorrow

Living in the past is more than stale existence; it’s a terrifying way to go. Thankfully, we are given fresh new moments over and over.

The Skinny Freshman, part 2: Unknowns

Where was your identity most powerfully shaped? College is the great cocoon for many of us.

The Skinny Freshman, part 1: Disorientation

Where was your identity most powerfully shaped? College is the great cocoon for many of us.

God v The Langoliers: Dawn of Tomorrow

Living in the past is more than stale existence; it’s a terrifying way to go. Thankfully, we are given fresh new moments over and over.

Matt’s talks from Dallas Seminary 2016

Matt’s four talks from the DTS World Evangelization Conference, 2016.

Plum Blossoms in Winter

A short meditation for your day!

Matt’s talks from Dallas Seminary 2016

Matt’s four talks from the DTS World Evangelization Conference, 2016.

Last Week Tonight Tackles Trump

Pretty much the funniest takedown of Trump I’ve seen.

Exodus 1:1-7

We begin our journey through Exodus by meeting Jacob’s family and watching as the story of God’s people shifts from Patriarchs to Nations. The mission of Exodus is framed in terms of flourishing, and we learn how institutions can be both good and bad.

X-Men: Apocalypse

X-Men: Apocalypse is a serviceable third film light on theme but delivers some good-enough mutant fights.

BATMAN V CAT IN TREE: DAWN IN THE EAST

Batman helps get a cat… OUT OF A TREE!

Captain America: Civil War

Civil War is a generally great film who’s final act trades great story-telling for action. A great addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

The Return of The X-Files

After 14 years off air, The X-Files has returned to television with a...

Leaders Say I’m Sorry: HBO’s True Detective Season 2 and DC Comics’ Pakistanian

HBO’s President of Programming recently apologized for the failed second season of True Detective, In contrast, DC Comics editorial team have refused to acknowledge mistakenly identifying the language of Pakistan as “Pakistanian”. Comparing these two responses gives us valuable leadership insight.

Moral Storytelling in The Big Short and Making a Murderer

America loves a good hero, but new stories, like The Big Short and Making a Murderer, have made it to screen that focus on systematic failure rather than personal victory. Find out how they frame the moral dilemma differently.

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