February 15th, 2020 | Season 3 | 1 hr 6 mins
1917, abbey, admiral, adventure, avatar, avengers, baby driver, batman, benedict wong, bomb, book, brian jacques, capa, captain, captain america, cassie, catholic, chris evans, christ, christian, cillian murphy, cliff curtis, communications officer, corazon, culture, darkness, dc, death, debate, discussion, disney, dr. searle, dr. strange, evangelization, faith, fantastic four, farm, god, harvey, hero, hiroyuki sanada, hope, human torch, humanity, icarus, jesus, kaneda, kingsman, levar burton reads, light, mace, mainframe, mamma mia, mark strong, marvel, matilda, mercury, mice, michelle yeoh, mistake, moral dilemma, moral philosophy, morality, movie, murder, music, musical, navigation officer, nikki heat, oscars, oxygen, parasite, philosophy, physicist, pinbacker, podcast, pride, providence, psychiatrist, raging heat, redwall, relativism, rescue, richard castle, rose byrne, sacrifice, science, ship, space, spencer sutherland, star, star wars, sun, sunshine, tales of shipwrecked, thrawn, timothy zahn, trey, trolley dilemma, troy garity, utilitarianism, wallows, welcome to the adventure, wong
The sun is dying and we've built a bomb the size of Manhattan to fix the issue. Eight people, sent into space to drop the payload, come across trials, drama, and many challenging moral dilemmas in this Sci-Fi thriller: Sunshine. How can we rationalize morality within our faith? And will we discuss the obvious theme of light and darkness yet again? 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?