May 11th, 2019 | Season 2 | 57 mins 43 secs
adventure, aleteia, avengers, batman, book, captain america, catholic, christ, christian, comics, culture, culture war, dc comics, deadpool, endgame, evangelization, evil, faith, finnian and the seven mountains, god, guest, heroes, iron-man, jesus, jesus of nazareth, joker, justice, marvel, mcu, movie, music, phillip kosloski, podcast, pope benedict xvi, saints, sin, sinners, story, super, superheros, thanos, thor, tolkien, value, villains, voyage, welcome to the adventure, worth, writing, x-men
We're joined this week with Philip Kosloski, the writer & creator of the comic book Finnian and the Seven Mountains through Voyage Comics & Publishing. We break down what Voyage is, why comics, Saints & villians, as well as spoil the Endgame. #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?