In this new series, framed artworks become magical portals to other worlds, thanks to one homeschool mom and middle-grade author.
180. How Can Creative Stories Reflect Curious Realities? | The Looking-Glass Illusion with Sara Ella
Sara Ella explores her duology inspired by Alice in Wonderland, where whimsy leads to joy and "nonsense" beckons to foundational truth.
Inspired by Nancy R. Pearcey's new book The Toxic War on Masculinity, we compare the "Real" Man with the good men in fantastical stories.
Christians may debate the place of "culture wars," but novels should be diplomatic artworks, not tools of destruction.
177. How Does J. K. Rowling’s World Expose Legalism, Fandom, and Sexual Activism? | with Marian Jacobs
Harry Potter's author proves more complex than many of her characters, seeking to show human nature better than her critics.
Ted Turnau (Popologetics, The Pop Culture Parent) subverts cultural idols and challenges us to engage our world through better creativity.
Christians have long believed aliens are demons, while unbelievers may see these mythical creatures as brutish beasts or enlightened beings.
Adventures in Odyssey founding father Phil Lollar rejoins us to share how great stories go beyond feelings to help renew our minds in Christ.
While storytellers strike against studios, and fans reject many franchise movies, Christians can discern the goodness and evils of Hollywood.
Despite thorns, thistles, and other idols that corrupt Gods callings, lets show our respect for authors who work hard to make great stories.