While Pastor Jeff and Luke were away, we decided to let Darren Doane have complete control of Apologia Radio! We discussed his new movie on guns, Keep and Bear. We also discuss how streaming has changed his life as a filmmaker and why Darren doesn’t binge watch on Netflix.
Are Christians allowed to use cutting language when dealing with sin? Is it ungodly to use dramatic and graphic language when confronting sinful behavior in a culture? Listen-in to this new episode of Apologia Radio in which we work through the text of the Bible and examine how biblical heroes and prophets spoke about sin. […]
On this episode of Apologia TV we are joined by the one and only Billy Hallowell. We discuss the role of Christians in film and culture and his new book “Fault Line.” Order your copy here.
On this special Christmas episode of Apologia TV we talk about the faith of Charles M. Schulz and how he incorporated faith into his beloved comic strip, Peanuts. How did he manage to get Linus to say what he said on National TV? Was it as easy as one would have thought?
Listen-in to this EPIC edition of Apologia Radio! We get to chat with Les Lanphere (Reformed Pubcast) about his upcoming film, Calvinist. We also have a blast while being joined by our friend, Douglas Wilson. Steady Randy and Doug reenact one of Doug’s recent articles in an effort to give some much needed righteous-mockery to […]
” On this episode of the Apologia Aftershow Darren Doane talks about everything from filmmaking to politics.
On this episode Darren Doane talks about his new movie They Grow Up Fast. He discusses why he made the movie, what being a good father really means and gives us some insight into what to expect from him in the future.
On this episode of Apologia TV DA TRUTH joins us to discuss his latest album, his friendship with Ravi Zacharias and the importance of Apologetics! Stay tune for the After Show with Da Truth, it drops later this week!
Writer N. D. Wilson discusses life as a Christian in a world that is hostile to the Gospel
Musician, Songwriter and Artist, Leah, explains how a Christian can be a Christian artist, without being a “Christian Artist.”