How might your pop culture fandom resonate with your faith? Josh Larsen, editor of Think Christian, talks with TC writers about the latest in TV, movies, music, and more, exploring the ways popular culture and its cultivators interact with God’s story.
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I love listening to this show! I started off just listening to episodes that featured movies or tv shows I enjoyed, but quickly discovered how delightful it is to listen to a lively and friendly conversation on Christianity and pop culture. I now listen to every episode regardless of the topics! I’ve found several new tv shows, movies, and music that I’ve enjoyed a lot thanks to this podcast. I also feel like I’ve learned a lot from the insights of the contributors and over time I feel like I kn... more
Think Christian is a solid show and I especially look forward to and enjoy their annual Christian Defense of Horror episodes. And looking forward to Josh’s book “Fear Not!” next year 😁
The thing that I enjoy most about listening to Think Christian podcast is how often times I get interesting conversation starter ideas I can use to engage unbelieving or nonbelieving friends in conversation about current culture without having to sound “preachy” there’s some really good stuff here.
I’m appreciative of the point of view of Josh and his guests. Even though I gravitate toward the film aspect of the show, it’s been great to hear and get recommendations on music and shows that I’ve heard about peripherally as well as commentary on films. Love this show and Josh!
Hi Think Christian friends. This is an update to my first review - after the first full podcast episode. What could be better than looking at Christian humanism through the lens of Dr Who and Marvel comics? Great episode- and the Spotify playlist looks promising. Thanks! Looking forward to more.
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