Did you see Joker? What did you think of it? In this episode of the Your Sunday Drive podcast, we take a close look at the movie Joker and the zeitgeist surrounding it. Topics and questions include: Why the film is controversial; does it glamorize an evil character? is it a good film?; related fears… [Read More]
Our political climate is chaotic. Maybe the church can help, but with so many “flavors” of the faith, that can be confusing too. In this episode of the Your Sunday Drive podcast, we talk Trump, his recent UN speech, the possibility of impeachment and the general political climate, seeking for some way to contextualize such… [Read More]
How should we respond when Christian leaders leave the faith? What more can be said about recent mass shootings in the U.S.? In this episode of the Your Sunday Drive podcast, we talk about Josh Harris, purity culture, his deconversion and issues related to “losing faith.” We also go deep on recent mass shootings in… [Read More]
It was recently the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, bringing to mind how unity and division often exist together in the U.S. In this episode of the Your Sunday Drive podcast, we go deep with a moon landing retrospective, contrasted with a conversation about Trump, free speech, dissent, the current political divide in the… [Read More]
How should Christians respond to the current debate and controversy surrounding immigration? Are there deeper spiritual meanings to be found in Stranger Things 3? In this episode of the Your Sunday Drive podcast, we go deep on these issues, touching on topics such as: the early history of conflict for Christians between loyalty to God’s… [Read More]
John Nance Garner (one of FDR’s Vice Presidents) observed that the Vice Presidency “is not worth a bucket of warm spit.” But that was different when Dick Cheney became Vice President.
tldr version Jordan Peterson and Russell Brand both see a current crisis and both see it as primarily “spiritual” however, for each, there are issues when it comes to how *truth* and “spirituality” relate and how they relate is vital bit longer version fanboying i love me some Peterson and Brand always generally dug Brand’s… [Read More]
It seems that most every festival has a time travel conundrum, which I love. Something about the paradoxes involved appeals to me. This year at NBFF that is the French film House of Time