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We're just three brothers with nerdy interests and hobbies. We talk video games, books, movies, television, and tabletop games. We also believe that issues of religion and philosophy can have a major impact on storytelling in all media. As a result, our podcast is one part nerd out session, one part philosophical introspection, and two parts having a good time. Follow us on social media: @faithfictionpod. We'd love to hear from you.
 
Mrs. Gaskell as she was popularly known, had a hard and lonely childhood, spent with various aunts and relatives after her mother died and her father left her. The young Elizabeth met and married a clergyman and moved to Manchester with him. It was here that she developed her strong sense of social justice and the themes which form the basis of her writing. Her biography of her dear friend Charlotte Bronte is considered a classic and provides a wonderfully human picture of the Yorkshire geni ...
 
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This week, the boys discuss toxic culture that exists within the gaming community, where and how it thrives, its dangers, and how best to respond to it. The boys also introduce a new segment called, "Toxic or Nah," where they explain commonly used terms for different actions in the gaming community and discuss its level of toxicity. Don't forget to…
 
This week, the boys discuss their history with various trading card games? Were any of them every actually a Pokémon master? Is it time for them to get back into Magic: the Gathering? What game were they not allowed to play as kids? What is their favorite Christian trading card game? Hear about all that and more on this week's episode! Join the con…
 
Just like the real March Madness tournament, we couldn't contain our tournament to a single month. After an unexpected break, Faith and Fiction is back to finally finish answering the question: Which Pokémon starter truly is the best, like no one ever was? Listen to the boys' heated debate as they show their true colors as Gen 1 oldsters. Faith and…
 
Prepare for an exciting Round 2 of Faith and Fiction's epic tournament of Pokémon Starters! The crew may be short-handed for this one, but the competition doesn't miss a beat! Jonah fights hard for his favorite 'mon. Caleb has a change of heart (or two). All that and more on this week's episode of Faith and Fiction! Join the conversation: follow @f…
 
After some upload issues it's finally here! They all want to be the very best, but only one can win the crown. In their own nerdy version of March Madness, the boys have pitted the top 16 Pokémon starters against one another in a tournament of champions. Did your favorites make the tournament? Will they advance to the next round? Possibly even make…
 
This week, the boys discuss the Marvel Cinematic Universe. What's so great about it? How do you catch up on it? Why does every studio suddenly want their own cinematic universe? They also share favorite moments and predictions for the future of the MCU. All that and more on this week's episode of Faith and Fiction! Join the conversation by followin…
 
Happy(?) Ash Wednesday, everyone! This week, the boys discuss the narrative function of death in fiction, memorable uses of death in fiction, and the importance of reflecting on our own mortality. Caleb gets morbid about pets, Noah's new puppy makes special audio appearances in the background, and Jonah doesn't want to talk about anything but anime…
 
This week, the boys discuss the odd relationship between many Christians and the fantasy genre. Why do so many Christians get riled up against fantasy works while adoring authors like Tolkien and Lewis? What was it like growing up in the Bible Belt while being huge fans of Pokémon, Harry Potter, and other "blacklist" series? What is it like as Chri…
 
This week, the boys discuss the recent frenzy surrounding Reddit bros buying tons of Gamestop stock, as well as their own memories shopping at their own local Gamestop(s). Noah and Jonah also compete in the first ever Trade-In Value Showdown, which is exactly what it sounds like. All that and more this week on Faith and Fiction! Join the conversati…
 
Ahoy! In this episode, the boys bask in the glory of the pirate's life. They discuss their recent obsession, the video game Sea of Thieves, as well as all things Pirate-y (looking at you Sid Meier's Pirates! and Muppets Treasure Island). Discussion also meanders into game design and building mechanics that tell stories. All that and more on this ep…
 
In this episode, the boys discuss three "highs" and "lows" of 2020 as well as what they're looking forward to in 2021. Caleb talks movies, Noah fondly remembers writing excursions, and Jonah gets a little political. All that and more in this week's episode! If you like what you hear, please subscribe and/or leave a rating. It means a ton! Join the …
 
Merry Dune-mas and Happy Dune Year! It's here! It's finally here! Not 2021, Faith and Fiction's grand finale to our read through of Dune. That's right, this episode brings us all the way to the end of the book! To cap things off, the boys discuss their thoughts and feelings in a post-Dune world, how the book holds up, and its major influences in po…
 
Happy Dune-mas! To celebrate this special occasion, the boys dissect the second half of Book Two of Dune. They discuss the introduction of Feyd-Rautha, the further development of Fremen culture, some fascinating pictures of Frank Herbert and Sting, and much much more! Only one episode remains in our Dune-cember celebration. Next week we'll be count…
 
This week, the boys discuss the first part of Dune's second book, "Muad'Dib." There's betrayal. People die. Other people drink some reclaimed water. It's a lovely time. All that and more on this week's episode of Dunecember! Join the conversation by following the podcast on social media: @faithfictionpod. Support the show (https://paypal.me/faithfi…
 
In this episode, things escalate quickly as the boys finish Book One of Dune. They attempt to recap this second chunk of reading in 30 seconds, discuss its major scenes, build some biblical connections, and ponder how one translates Frank Herbert's unique writing style to the big screen. Join in the conversation by following the podcast on social m…
 
Happy Dune-cember! This month, join the Faith and Fiction boys as they embark on their first ever read through of Dune. Episode One covers the first half of Book One (approximately the first 12 chapters or the first 157 pages or so). The boys give their best 30-second summaries, first impressions, and (not so) hot takes about casting choices for th…
 
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