A new movie has come out that puts the “faith-based” movie industry on blast. Is it just another opportunity for Hollywood to bash believers or does this movie raise some good points worth discussing? All this and much more!
Bubba & Anna discuss their thoughts and fears about the upcoming Netflix adaptation of The Chronicles of Narnia and then expand the conversation about the age old debate between books and movies, Narnia and beyond! PLUS: Coffee talk. Follow Church Nerds on Twitter!
Bubba & Anna discuss music from games and movies, and the emotions they stir in us. PLUS: Coronavirus-inspired baby names for their baby due later this year! Follow Church Nerds on Twitter!
Bubba & Anna discuss viewing our fandoms through the lens of faith and how for a believer, it’s impossible to not intermingle them. Follow Church Nerds on Twitter!
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‘?”
In the face of the deep divide between fans and critics (*ahem* Star Wars), Kevin Schut argues that criticism can actually change our lives for the better.
Some things are too good to be true and aren’t made to last. Spider-Guy in the MCU falls well within that category. Why didn’t it work? What will we do without him?
Jon was surprised by how strongly Detective Pikachu resonated with his own journey rediscovering his child-like self.
Randy Romig shares his journey from being a casual fan of Godzilla movies to falling down the never-ending rabbit hole of giant fighting monster fandom.
On the heels of Avengers: Endgame, a few LTN writers reflect on what the MCU has meant to them, their loved ones, and to geek culture as a whole.