Drew continues his look at Hebrews 11 and the contrast of suffering and endurance.
What good are gods for? Paul Butterworth engages Thor: Love and Thunder's exploration of theodicy and what we value in the gods we worship.
Drew Dixon brings his next message from the series in 1 Peter, focusing on how us suffering "well" can actually help us share the Gospel.
The Joker is a sadistic villain, but what makes him so popular? Clark Weidner takes a philosophical look at the good and bad behind the DC villain's appeal.
The growth of Wanda Maximoff in the face of overwhelming suffering gives us hope in the midst of our own difficulties.
Rand Miller, co-creator of MYST, joins Drew and M Joshua to talk about the change of mind that comes from wealth and the aspect of suffering.
The true strength of Arthur Morgan as a character is not in his great physical power or speed, or even his many deeds. Rather, it is in the clear-sighted recognition of his own wretchedness as a man, his rejection of that life which leads to death, and his desperate pursuit of the loving good that surpasses and transcends himself.
At the root of Stan Lee and Spider Man's success is a basic observation of what it means to live well in the world as a human being.