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The Good, the Bad, and the Holy

The writers of LTN share some of the most powerful examples of faith in popular media—both prescriptive and problematic.

Four Characters We Love in Avatar: The Last Airbender

Why does Avatar: The Last Airbender resonate years after its release? Love Thy Nerd writers come together to show how this arises from its characters.

Aching for Justice in HBO’s Watchmen

HBO's Watchmen shows the consequences of tolerated injustice to help viewers understand the pain of the oppressed and need for a biblical view of justice.

How to Join an LTN Arcade Netflix Party

In order to join us for our LTN Arcade movie screenings, you need four things: a desktop or laptop computer (this will not work on a tablet or phone), a US-region Netflix account (or Netflix account that’s in a region that also has the specific show or movie we’re going to watch), the Google Chrome […]

Longing for a True Ending: Star Wars The Clone Wars

As Clone Wars recently enjoyed its third finale, Steven Dobek reflects our desire for a true and final conclusion to the evil that plagues our world.

Love Like Abed

Jon felt challenged by Abed to consider those that others might have overlooked as worthy of his love and affection.

12 Bingeable Shows that Restore our Faith in Humanity

With all of our increased screen time, the Love Thy Nerd writers have compiled a list of TV and anime that restore our faith in humanity.

Beastars and the Pain of Forbidden Love

Beastars shows the difficulty of love between incompatible people. Whether it's requited or not, sometimes denying that love is how to love someone best.

Holding out Hope in Parks and Recreation

People's shortcomings make us jaded, but we're all works in progress. Patience in light of that helps us find and stoke the potential for good in us all.

The Cost of War in Mobile Suit Gundam Wing

Many mech animes glorify the violence they depict, but Mobile Suit Gundam Wing doesn't shy away from the human cost of war.