Episode 61 – Ant-Man & Wasp: Review & Film for Thought
In this episode, Scott reviews the film ‘Ant-Man & Wasp while reflecting on a spiritual theme from the movie.
Episode 58 – Ready Player One Film Review & Film for Thought
in this episode, Scott gives us a review of Ready Player One and gives us a film for thought
May 15, 2018
Christianity, Entertainment, film, film for thought, movie review, podcast, psychology, ready player one, Religion, scott, stedman
Episode 57 – Christian Movie Reviews
In this episode, Scoot reviews the four spiritual films that were released in the month of March. (originally a Facebook live video)
April 16, 2018
a light in darkness, a wrinkle in time, Christianity, Entertainment, film, film review, God's not dead, i can only imagine, paul apostle of christ, podcast, psychology, Religion, scott, stedman
Episode 55 – Film For Thought: Thor Ragnarok & Justice League
In this episode, Scott revives the Film for Thought segment by looking at two comic book movies and discusses the longevity of the comic genre in film & television.
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November 29, 2017
Christianity, comic books, comics, culture, DC, DCCU, Entertainment, film, film for thought, justice league, longevity, marvel, marvel studios, MCU, moviepass, movies, podcast, psychology, ragnarok, Religion, scott, stedman, thor, Warner Bros
Episode 54 – Texas Shooting, Church Policy on Protection, and “Thoughts and Prayers”
In this episode, Scott looks at the tragic shooting in Texas while asking the question, “what policy should be in place to protect places of worship?” Later, he then addresses the cynicism on “thoughts and prayers.”
November 10, 2017
Christianity, Entertainment, podcast, policy, protection, psychology, Religion, scott, shooting, stedman, sutherland springs, texas, thoughts and prayers, violence
Episode 53 – Las Vegas Shooting, Harvey Weinstein, & The Art of Closure
Scott talks about the Shooting in Las Vegas, and the Harvey Weinstein scandal and links them all with the psychology of closure.
November 1, 2017
abuse, Christianity, closure, culture, Entertainment, harvey weinstein, las vegas, podcast, power, psychology, Religion, scott, sex, shooting, stedman