Are we in control of our destinies? Does love really conquer all? The Adjustment Bureau’s cross genre high concept science fiction chick flick somehow manages to answer both questions . . . maybe.
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An artificial god, government control through indoctrination, an unjust war, and belief in an afterlife . . . all this and more in our discussion on Captain Marvel.
Incredibles 2 provides a foundation for a discussion on slavery to sin, civil disobedience, irreconcilable worldviews, and the role perception plays in societal judgment.
The portrayal of a relatively functional family dealing with difficult social problems In Incredibles 2 provides a good framework on which to discuss parental and gender roles from a Christian worldview.
In the context of season 3 of Netflix’s Daredevil, Tim and Eve explore the effects of abandonment on children, the account of Job, how to listen for God’s voice, and how humans can’t see God’s plan.
In this follow up discussion on The Red Pill, Tim and Eve discuss the “pain olympics,” social justice, and circumcision.
Ready Player One explores a future society’s addiction to escapism and pop-culture, which prompts the question: Is it a sin for Christians to obsess with pop-culture?
Disney’s adaptation of A Wrinkle in Time transforms the book’s theme of self-sacrificing love into the more humanistic goal of high self-esteem.
Despite a couple inappropriate scenes, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle is an entertaining movie, which explores teamwork, courage, and the importance of living your life with purpose.
Netflix unites its Marvel street heroes in The Defenders, and Eve and Tim tackle the miniseries for a fun overview on heroes and resurrection.
Eve explores from a biblical worldview what the Netflix original series 13 Reasons Why says about teen culture and parenting today .
The new Beauty and the Beast movie has some serious Christian worldview implications for Tim and Eve to discuss.