Joey and Simon reflect on how culture re-imagines mythology, how identity is formed, and the way to defeat evil without becoming evil yourself, and how God subtly works throughout the universe to rescue every creature.
The Force is strong with this one!
Kylo Ren’s Mask and the Art of Kintsugi
Re-Telling & Re-Imagining of the Skywalker Myth
Our Opinion of Others Influences their Identity
Resolving Identity Crisis and Overcoming Loneliness
In the consequential aftermath of Thanos destructive snap and ultimate defeat, Spiderman: Far From Home grapples with themes like grief, self-worth, following in the footsteps of heroic predecessors, the passing of the mantle, exercising discernment of character. As always, the Kingsmen analyze these themes through Christian biblical and theological perspectives.
By discussing some iconic villains like Darth Vader, the Joker, Thanos and Cersei, we sketch the outlines of what makes a person a villain versus a hero.
Like always, we draw parallels between pop culture and the Christian perspective. In this episode, we discuss how villains share some sort of character trait with the Devil/Satan, namely, the elevation of oneself at the cost of others.
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00:00 – 02:52 Introduction
02:52 – 10:50 What is a Villain?
10:51 – 20:02 Case Studies of Villainous Intent
12:20 – 17: 09 Joker Portrayed by the late Heath Ledger
17:10 – 18:37 Darth Vader
18:38 – 19:22 Thanos from Avengers: Infinity War
20:03 – 25:12 How Does A Sovereign and Good God Respond to Pain and Suffering caused by Villainous Intent?