How the First Christians Changed Dying by William E. Kangas
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How the First Christians Changed Dying by William E. Kangas

Kangas, William E. How the First Christians Changed Dying. Ann Arbor, MI: Missio Media, 2012. How did the advent of Christianity change the perception of the most natural of events, death? This is precisely the question addressed in How the First Christians Changed Dying, the debut book from William Kangas. In this work, Kangas, a … Continue reading

Episode 24 – Liturgy Take 2
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Episode 24 – Liturgy Take 2

Episode 24 – Liturgy Take 2 The podcast is lousy with Joshua’s as guest Josh Roye joins us as we take a second swing at Liturgy. We spend a while discussing what we’ve been watching and reading this week, and we try to figure out what liturgical theology is, or what liturgy is, or how it … Continue reading

Episode 23 – Love is Good
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Episode 23 – Love is Good

<Episode 23 – Love is Good This week we celebrate the human body with a discussion about Incarnational theology, and why all Christian theology should be done in the light of the man Jesus of Nazareth. Also, we discuss The Great Gatsby and Doctor who. Continue reading

Episode 22 – The Hunger Games
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Episode 22 – The Hunger Games

Episode 22 – The Hunger Games After last week’s April Fool’s cast, we return to seriously discuss the movie adaptation of Suzanne Collins’ The Hunger Games. There is a fair amount talked about sacrifice, dehumanization, media and ancient Rome. We also discuss the terrible fact that three of our hosts watched a terrible movie, and Josh … Continue reading

The Broken Circle: BioShock Infinite and Social Exclusion
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The Broken Circle: BioShock Infinite and Social Exclusion

Title: BioShock Infinite Developer:  Irrational Games Publisher: 2K Games Score:  10/10 Time Played: Approximately 20 Hours We Did Not Received a Review Copy of this game. BioShock Infinite, Irrational Games’ second BioShock adventure[1], is a masterpiece of world-building and penetrating insight into the extremes of American civil religion, the nationalization of religious traditions, and the … Continue reading

Episode 21 – Mystery Bone
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Episode 21 – Mystery Bone

Episode 21 – Mystery Bone This week we break with tradition and decide to just let loose, saying whatever is on our minds. But first we discuss Bioshock Infinite, Doctor Who, Poirot, and House of Cards. Things get a little crazy, so it’s best if you listen all the way to the end to make sense … Continue reading