Stranger Things

Stranger Things

Posted on June 11, 2020

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The WVM team braves wicked government agents, mad scientists, and an icky monster from the Upside Down called a Demigorgon, to bring you an examination of the Netflix original series, Stranger Things. It’s an homage to the 80’s and to every Speilberg movie ever made, designed to span all the possible worlds and dimensions between hilarity and horror. It’s a well-told adventure story blended with a love of camp and cheesiness. (Mmmm, campy cheese.)

The Life and Work of Joy Davidman: An Interview with Douglas Gresham

The Life and Work of Joy Davidman: An Interview with Douglas Gresham

Posted on December 22, 2019

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Join Monstrous host Elisabeth and special guest Douglas Gresham, author, speaker, and as you will hear, master of many trades, for a moving and inspiring discussion of the life and work of his late mother, poet and novelist (and wife of C.S. Lewis), Joy Davidman.

SUGGESTED READING:

Smoke on the Mountain by Joy Davidman

Lenten Lands: My Childhood with Joy Davidman and C.S. Lewis by Douglas Gresham

Jack’s Life: The Story of C.S. Lewis by Douglas Gresham

Becoming Mrs. Lewis: The Improbable Love Story of Joy Davidman and C. S. Lewis by Patti

Til We Have Faces by C.S. Lewis

Braveheart

Braveheart

Posted on June 11, 2020

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The WVM team welcomes a listener into the fun of evaluating the worldview messages present in Mel Gibson’s classic “dude flick,” Braveheart. But is our motivation pure, or some mixture between liberty-loving idealism and personal vengeance? And does it really matter very much once the blood starts spurting?

Martin Selbrede

Martin Selbrede

Posted on June 10, 2020

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Bill visits with Martin Selbrede, scientist, musical composer, theologian and Vice President of the Chalcedon Foundation, and Editor of Faith For All of Life Magazine. They discuss the Doctrine of Work, and man as the Imago Dei, Reconstruction and a multigenerational emphasis eg. Cathedral Building, Group vs Individual Justice, medical tyranny and Johann Sebastian Bach.

Les Miserables

Les Miserables

Posted on June 11, 2020

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The WVM team scours the cholera-laden back streets of 19th Century Paris, in search of worldview content (and maybe an unguarded loaf of bread) in the 2012 musical adaptation of the Victor Hugo classic, Les Miserables. Spoiler alert: Wolverine can sing!

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Easy Chair with R.J. Rushdoony

Posted on October 1, 2019

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The Easy Chair with R.J. Rushdoony is an audio series of colloquies, casual conversations, and roundtables presented by Chalcedon Foundation. Various topics are discussed solo by Rousas John Rushdoony and with guests, covering all areas of life and culture. Looking at life from a theonomic, Christian Reconstructionist perspective, we properly apply God’s word to our lives. These episodes were originally recorded in the 1980’s-1990’s.