Did C. S. Lewis set the example of enjoying only images to create stories, without wanting to "say something about Christianity to children"?
We're fighting to continue book enjoyments during the pandemic, and we share how Lorehaven has fared In These Uncertain Times™.
Christian Youth Theater's Julie Novak joins us to share what's it like to bring fantastical figures to life onstage.
Ep. 32: What Five Questions Help Us Engage Popular Culture for God’s Glory? | The Pop Culture Parent, part 2
These five questions from The Pop Culture Parent can help us engage our messy popular culture, and teach our kids to do the same.
Christians debate whether popular culture is mostly good or bad. But what is the point of popular culture in God's universe anyway?
Babylon Bee senior writer Frank J. Fleming joins today's episode to explore satire, politics, and his own comedic sci-fi.
Ep. 29: What If You Escaped from Captivity but Left Your Brother Behind? | These Nameless Things, with Shawn Smucker
Novelist Shawn Smucker joins us to explore memories and mystic challenges at life's margins.
Christians must think differently not only about popular streaming series "The Chosen" but about biblical fiction as a genre.
Bill Myers shares his incredible worlds of Wally McDoogle, McGee and Me, and many other stories for kids and adults.
Did C. S. Lewis doom Susan, bring Emeth to heaven, fill Narnia with allegories, or make it a "safe" series? We explore these four myths.