Ep. 23: What If You Could Turn Stories into Sculptures? | The Weaver Trilogy, with Lindsay A. Franklin
Stephen and Zack invite The Weaver Trilogy author Lindsay A. Franklin to explore her fantasy series about Tanwen, the girl who literally weaves stories.
Zack and Stephen explore UFO sightings, alien beliefs, and how Christians can respond to the notions of sentient life beyond our planet.
Ep. 21: In a Blind World, What If Only One Boy Could See? | For Whom the Sun Sings, with W. A. Fulkerson
Stephen and Zack are joined by W. A. Fulkerson, whose novel For Whom the Sun Sings just released this spring.
Preview chapter 8 of Amish Zombies from Space, the audiobook, written by Kerry Nietz and read by Randy Streu.
In this special panel courtesy of Realm Makers, you can listen to fantasy novelists wrestle with challenging content in fiction.
Chase Replogle joins us to explore how Scripture rarely presents its heroic figures as true role models.
We explore the #ReleaseTheSnyderCut movement's big victory, challenge super-film expectations, and engage the controversies.
"The earth is healing; we are the virus." Under this slogan lies this suspicion that something is wrong with us and we don't belong here.
Our conversation continues with author R. S. Ingermanson, whose new series time-travels to the world of first-century Israel.
Ep. 15: What if NASA Finally Launched for Mars, But One Astronaut Was a Saboteur? | Oxygen with Randy Ingermanson
Randy Ingermanson joins us to explore his foray into sci-fi with his 2001 novel Oxygen.