April 4th, 2020 | Season 3 | 48 mins 25 secs
adventure, athens, avatar, bard, board games, book, brandon sanderson, brian jacques, buzzfeed, catholic, christ, christian, comedy, conflict, corona, corona-virus, covid-19, culture, dungeons and dragons, emotions, evangelization, f.c. yee, faith, god, greece, greek, homer, hope, humor, imitation, jesus, legend of korra, meme, mossflower, movie, music, podcast, redwall, rise of kyoshi, simpsons, song, the american life, the last airbender, the way of kings, thermometer, thermostat, truth, vinyl, virus, welcome to the adventure
This week we tackle something we could have and should have a long time ago: Meme's! With COVID-19 and being stuck at home we are left to the comedy of ourselves, others, and even God. What does this all mean? Is it healthy to make light of all that is going on? And how or why does it happen? Tune in this week to find out. #WelcomeToTheAdventure
December 9th, 2017 | Season 1 | 25 mins 51 secs
adventure, batman, book, catholic, christ, christian, conflict, creation, culture, elves, emperor, emperor's new groove, evangelization, evil, faith, frodo, god, gollum, good, halloween, heroes, j.r.r. tolkien, jesus, joker, jrr tolkien, literature, lord of the rings, lotr, morality, movie, music, nature, parasite, peter kreeft, philosophy of tolkien, podcast, rings, samwise, stories, tolkien, trilogy, villains, welcome to the adventure
What do our favorite stories, heroes, and villains tell us about morality? Anyone who has studied literature knows that a good story has many different conflicts overlapping and intertwining. Is it possible that these levels of conflicts are a representation of a deeper conflict in our own reality?