Lessons from “Onward:” Living Life Without a Father

One consequence of the Coronavirus quarantine is the delay in movie premieres. There’s not much point in releasing a movie to theaters if all the theaters are closed. Disney decided to get around that by releasing the new Pixar movie “Onward” straight to streaming on Disney+. Since we’ve got the time, let’s talk about the Continue Reading

Lessons from The Day the Earth Stood Still and the Coronavirus

With everything shutting down due to the Coronavirus pandemic, it feels as though for the first time in recent memory, the world is standing still. As we all wait in our homes for life to return to normal, let’s take a look at what we as Christians can draw from this Cold War classic.

Lessons from Joker Part 2: We Get What We Deserve.

While Joker presents a world with no heroes, it did get one thing right. Everyone is broken in this world, and has the guilt of their own sin. Maybe we don’t snap and murder people who have wronged us, but that’s not the standard of good that Jesus gave us.

Lessons from Joker Part 1: “Everybody is Awful.”

I will admit, I was not excited to see Joker. I knew it would be a pretty dark and depressing movie since it’s the origin story for a psychopathic murderer. Sometimes a grim movie is worth sitting through.

Lessons from Bojack Horseman: Looking for Happiness in All the Wrong Places

This particular horse is a washed-up actor living in LA, whose story is used as an outlet for comedy, drama, and social commentary. The show does not present a Christian worldview, but there are a number of things that Christians should take note of. What are the lessons from Bojack Horseman?

Lessons from Doctor Strange: “Looking Through a Keyhole”

2016’s Doctor Strange seems to have largely faded away as yet another super hero origin story. That’s unfortunate because it explores themes and ideas rarely seen in this kind of movie. One in particular sets us up for a very relevant conversation when discussing Christian apologetics.