The Church Nerds use "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" to launch into a discussion on how to discover people who may be misunderstood, but have so much to offer - in the world at large and in the church body.
With social media and news dominated by the Depp/Heard trail, it makes us think about scandal and rumors and why they fascinate us. The Church Nerds ask: How does our faith affect whether or not we watch, listen, or take part in these things?
We all know that one nerd who knows so much about their fandom that having a conversation with them is no fun. The Church Nerds ask if Christian apologists fall into this same problem? When and where are the best times to teach apologetics and how can we avoid weaponizing them?
The Church Nerds explore the importance that stories take in our lives, from the allegories we find in our favorite fiction to the inspiring testimonies of how Christ has transformed our lives.
The Church Nerds discuss "Hillsong: A Megachurch Exposed", "The Rise & Fall of Mars Hill", and several other recent church scandals - including what could have stopped these scandals long before they even became scandals.
Eric shares his story of realizing that he doesn't have to fit into other people's narrow, "Christian" definition of manhood by leaving his nerdy side behind.
Bubba & Anna answer submitted questions such as “What Scripture is most often used incorrectly to attack nerd culture?“, “Are there themes that cross a line for you in board games, video games, TV shows and movies?“, and “Shouldn’t your ministry technically be called ‘Love Thy GEEK‘?”