John Barber and Pete Peterson discuss Batman vs. Superman and try their very best to say only good things about it--like praising the performances of Michael Shannon's rubber dummy, which leads to a much healthier conversation about Jeff Nichols' film Take Shelter.
Russ Ramsey and Andrew Osenga have found that jest is an important part of the grieving process. In this episode, they cover sickness, death, floods, and the television show Nashville with unexpected good humor.
C. S. Lewis saw George MacDonald as a kind of spiritual and literary father. These days, however, he’s not so widely read. In this episode, Ron Block explains why we should all be reading MacDonald, and how to get started.