Holy week is going to be strange this year. How has the way we observe Holy Week changed over the years? And what are some ways we can observe well while we’re in quarantine?
Gene Yang returns to the show with his most personal work yet: Dragon Hoops. How did a self-professed nerd end up writing a graphic novel about basketball? And what surprising connections did he find to faith?
Jennifer Cho joins Kathy and JR. to discuss the reality dating phenomenon Love is Blind. Who did we love? Who did we hate? And does the show have anything to teach us?
With the COVID-19 quarantine in full swing, your Fascinating friends come to the rescue! We have a whole slew of books, movies and TV to keep you busy while you’re trapped inside.
There are so many reasons to think the world is doomed. We investigate the signs of the times, from coronavirus to Love is Blind. In this Episode: 1 – Spring Forward 8 – Love is Blind 45 – Corona Virus 56 – What’s Fascinating Us This Week Episode Links What’s Fascinating Us: Matt: Locke & […]
No one likes change. And few changes are harder to grieve than changes in our faith. What happens when we change – and our community doesn’t? How do we change well – and how is grieving an essential aspect of that process?
When we reconstruct our faith, we draw from any number of sources. What books and films have been helpful in reconstructing our faith? PLUS: Kathy dives in on the ongoing controversy with Women of Color at a university chapel.
We’re back! 2020 is a new era for the Fascinating Podcast. We kick of by recapping the Oscars – especially Parasite’s big win. Then we preview what’s in store for the podcast this season!
As Season 3 draws to a close, we reflect on the last decade. What are our favorite books, TV shows and films of the last ten years? Plus: the Star Trek TNG fan theory you didn’t know you wanted.
Two things turned 21 this year that were major battles in the culture wars: Harry Potter and the Clinton Impeachment. What kind of perspective does a couple of decades and a year offer to these two issues? Have we learned anything in the interim?