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By The Geek Show Podcast Network
A Christian artist hopes that God is working in and through her. But does this mean that her own voice and identity must be silenced? In this podcast series, Steve Guthrie (Belmont University) draws on the tenets of the Nicene Creed to develop a rich vision of the relationship between the voice of God and the voice of the artist.
By The Rabbit Room Podcast Network
In 2038, the human race is in a death spiral, and most people do not even know it yet. Technology that was supposed to make us better and stronger instead is birthing a strange and terrible plague we may not be able to stop. When the young daughter of Josh Scribner, a wealthy tech entrepreneur, starts to succumb to the illness, he dedicates his fortune in a desperate effort to save her life. Working with a friend & celebrated physicist, Josh develops the ability to send objects back through time. Their goal to recruit an agent in the past who might change our fatal path. In our present day, a broken and traumatized Air Force veteran finds a strange message in the woods, drawing her into an adventure spanning decades. All humanity is at stake, as she and her small group of friends become the unlikely heroes taking up the secret fight against our future doom.
By MF Thomas & Nicholas Thurkettle
On This Podcast Contains Spoilers, host Evan Killham and his various guests discuss a single topic or piece of media. Some past topics were time travel, comic-book movies, and fan fiction. Individual works discussed include movies (Inception, Sherlock, Jr.), books (Her Smoke Rose Up Forever), and video games (Deadly Premonition, Flower). TPCS is not a review show, and scores are not assigned. Instead, Evan and his guest try to examine each topic from as many perspectives as possible while still being entertaining.
By Evan Killham