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An average christian couple dive into the religious themes within various types of nerd fandom and breaks down the context, meanings and how accurate the representation is. The duo focuses on christian history, images, iconography, theology and religious tones that is often used within anime, games and other facets. Their goal? To weigh the accuracy and see if there really are super Nun squads that combat evil with the power of Jesus and Anime at their side.
 
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Faith & Fandom Frequency Fellowship is a series where we highlight some of the favorite episodes of our podcasting friends. We present to you Sis & Big Pop's Culture Episode 1 - Oodelally, WandaVision, and Watcha Streaming Join Sis and Big Pops for their inaugural episode. Today they talk about news in pop culture, a WandaVision comic miniseries, R…
 
Faith & Fandom Frequency Fellowship is a series where we highlight some of the favorite episodes of our podcasting friends. We present to you Retrofitted S1E5: Drugs, Disorders, and Divinity, Part 1In which I list enough reasons for any human to be anxious, but also begin a larger conversation about the xennial struggle for proper mental health car…
 
Our annual Halloween show applies a theological lens to horror both new (James Wan’s Malignant) and old (1931’s Frankenstein). Josh, JR., and Sarah discuss what Christians might appreciate about movies designed to scare us.Av JR. Forasteros, Josh Larsen, Sarah Welch-Larson
 
Love thy neighbor? The four narcissistic New Yorkers on Seinfeld, coming soon to Netflix, weren’t exactly known for looking out for others. What about Tammy Faye Bakker, whose television ministry with husband Jim Bakker began with good intentions but ended in scandal, as dramatized in the new movie The Eyes of Tammy Faye? Josh, Aarik, and Abby cons…
 
ABOUT THIS EPISODE Many comic book writers have toyed with the idea to kill Joker, but no one has ever crossed that line. Chris and Hector talk about how Tynion almost did in Batman #100 along with the Covid cancelations from DC Comics, Joshua Williams is taking over Batman, and the canceled / not canceled status of Marvel’s Daredevil. News from th…
 
ABOUT THIS EPISODE Chris and Hector are back for the Fall 2021 season of The Pull List Podcast! Are you ready for more of DC Comics’ Joker in your life or perhaps Jason Todd as a zombie slayer? DC Comics is looking for new readers in Walmart, and Diamond comics is freezing the discount tiers…..for now. Chris and Hector also share their top pulls an…
 
“Wellness” has both spiritual and physical connotations — connotations explored in the Hulu series Nine Perfect Strangers and the new album from Lorde. What is Christianity’s place in a world of smoothies, meditation, and sun salutations?Av Josh Larsen, Michelle Reyes, Sarah Welch-Larson
 
For the first edition of the TC Movie Club, we’ll discuss where four Coen brothers films fall within an Old Testament-New Testament framework: Fargo, O Brother Where Art Thou?, No Country for Old Men, and True Grit. We’re eyeing the evening of Oct. 22 as the date of our first virtual gathering. You can join the club at thinkchristian.net/movieclub.…
 
This is an audio version of the print chapter in the upcoming Faith & Fandom Book 8. This chapter focuses on Uncle Iroh from Avatar the Last Airbender and the wisdom he pours out on how we see ourselves, how we see others, how we allow forgiveness to effect us, and how scripture ties in to it all. You can find the rough draft print version at www.f…
 
Nostalgia - fondly remembering the way things were - can trap us in the past, but sometimes it can point toward the future. Josh, Abby, and Aarik discuss the nostalgia at work in In the Heights and Lucy Dacus’ Home Video, considering how both compare to a Christian understanding of reminiscence.Av Aarik Danielsen, Josh Larsen, Abby Olcese
 
What part can solitude and silence play in the devotional life of the Christian? How might signature moments in A Quiet Place Part II and The Underground Railroad exemplify the spiritual value of stillness? Kathryn and Sarah join Josh to discuss.Av Kathryn Freeman, Josh Larsen, Sarah Welch-Larson
 
This is a guest chapter from Todd Turner Of Mosaic Fan Art / Sis & Big Pop's Culture. Todd is bringing his reflections on the Hobbit and our walk in faith. The print version of this can also be found at www.faithandfandom.org This will also be featured in Faith & Fandom book 8. Todd Turner is a “nerd” small group leader at Southland Christian churc…
 
This is an audio version of a guest chapter from Mike Wilson of the Graphic Word ministry. A print version of this can be found at www.faithandfandom.org this chapter will eventually be featured in book 8. About the guest writer: Bio: When one meets 32 year-old Mike Wilson, they can’t help but notice how much of a nerd he is. He is passionate about…
 
ABOUT THIS EPISODE Chip Zdarsky is tackling the Hulk, Loki is being mischievous by moving to Wednesdays on Disney Plus, the DC Fandome returns, and Chris bought some Marvel comics! All this and more along with our pull recommendations from the last two weeks and our favorite new #1’s! News from the Pull List 53 “Chip Zdarsky Is Writing The Hulk Thi…
 
ABOUT THIS EPISODE Diamond Comics is finally launching the long-promised app for store owners, have some of the X-Men comic series gone the way of Jason Todd, and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson as Crypto the Super Dog? All this and a from the heart musing from Hector on the season finale of The Pull List. News from the show: “Pullbox, the online comic p…
 
A rash of gun violence in the first half of 2021 has us wondering about the depiction of weapons in pop culture - particularly in Star Wars: The Bad Batch and Jason Statham’s Wrath of Man. How can we reconcile the prevalence of weaponry in our films and television with the weapon-less vision of Isaiah 2?…
 
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