Join your hosts Addie Mena and Daniel Silver as they do an impromptu episode on their favorite TV series, Agents of SHIELD. They discuss moral quandaries, character growth, and the theological implications of sci-fi technology.
Doxacast #11 — His Dark Materials
Join your hosts Addie Mena and Daniel Silver as they discuss Philip Pullman’s series His Dark Materials. Continuing their discussion from last episode about atheist sci-fi and fantasy writers. There are spoilers ahead!
Doxacast #10 — Minecraft, Star Trek, and Atheism oh my!
Your hosts Addie Mena and Daniel Silver discuss how we as Christians can interact with some of our favorite sci-fi series when they were created by atheists. How do we find the good in them and how do all stories show God’s presence in our lives?
Doxacast # 9 — Eve Tushnet’s Top Nine Underrated Vampire Films
Eve Tushnet, a Doxacon 2017 speaker, is back with host Daniel Silver to discuss her Top Nine Underrated Vampire Films.
Doxacast #8 — Eve Tushnet’s Top Ten Underrated Horror Films
Doxacast #7 – Leah & Alexi
Daniel Silver talks with Leah Libresco & Alexi Sargeant today about their Doxacon 2018 talks as well as some articles they’ve written and their thoughts on some books they’ve read.
You can find Alexi’s article here https://www.the-american-interest.com/2018/06/01/terraforming-ourselves/
Doxacast #6 — Harry Potter and the Harrowing of Hades
Your hosts Daniel Silver and Addie Mena discuss Harry Potter, is it evil? Should we read it? Is Harry a Christ figure? What is the role of redemption in this series?
Doxacast #5 — The Last Jedi
Doxacast #4 — May The Phos (τὸ φῶς) Be with You
Our hosts Daniel Silver and Addie Mena discuss the original Star Wars trilogy — about similarities between the Jedi and real world monastic orders, how the Force (or “the Phos”) can shape our view of the universe as Christians, and about the clash between religion and technology in the Star Wars universe.
Doxacast #3 — Black Panther
In this episode, Daniel Silver is joined by Gloria Purvis of Morning Glory, EWTN’s flagship radio show. They discuss the Marvel film Black Panther and the themes of family, gender, race, and redemption.