Matt and Adam invite Laurel Koepf Taylor to talk children, ministry, and the new Fred Rogers documentary Won't You Be My Neighbor?
Arts & Culture
Adam and Matt welcome Steve Thorngate to the show to talk about Facebook, ambition, and The Social Network.
Adam and Matt talk with Kathryn Reklis about shadows, duplicity, and Billy Wilder’s 1944 noir classic Double Indemnity.
Matt and Adam talk with MaryAnn McKibben Dana about stories, improv, and Stranger than Fiction.
Adam and Matt talk with Tim Hughes Williams about NBC's live television performance of Jesus Christ Superstar.
Matt and Adam talk call, water, Easter, and Moana with New Testament professor Margaret Aymer.
Matt and Adam talk with Jill Duffield about outcasts, the circus, Palm Sunday, and The Greatest Showman.
Matt and Adam talk with Charles Howard about reconstruction, ancestors, inheritance, and Black Panther.
Matt and Adam break down the 2018 Academy Awards and the movies of 2017.
On this week's episode of Technicolor Jesus, Matt and Adam talk with Derrick Weston about horror, race, and Get Out.
Adam and Matt welcome Steve Bragaw, political scientist at Washington and Lee University, to talk mystery, inheritance, politics, and All the President’s Men.
Matt and Adam discuss growth, broken heroes, and the newest installment in the Star Wars canon, The Last Jedi.
Adam and Matt talk to old friends about their favorite Christmas movie scenes.
This week Matt and Adam talk with writer, speaker, and pastor Carol Howard Merritt about teenage pregnancy, parenthood, mother Mary, and the 2007 movie Juno.
This week Matt and Adam talk with Brian Blount, president of Union Presbyterian Seminary in Richmond, Virginia, about angels, Advent, the unexpected, and the 1996 movie Michael.