September 29, 2011

Because Katy Perry Said So: Episode 191

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Entertainment’s effect on our worldview, plus Ben Davies from the movie “Courageous” and a question about making a dating relationship an idol. Featured musical artist: Jason Gray


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The Boundless Show: Roundtable Segment
Roundtable Segment

An Entertainment Industry Education

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We absorb a lot from our culture — most of us don’t realize how much until we’re asked to take a stand on an issue or defend one of our actions. Very rarely is our worldview set in a defining moment; more often it’s a gradual shaping by what influences us most, and one of our biggest influences is the world of entertainment. Members of the team from Axis, an organization dedicated to encouraging critical thinking and turning apathy to action, join us for a bold discussion of current movies, music and the messages they’re sending.

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The Boundless Show: Culture Segment
Culture Segment


Guests: Ben Davies,


It’s opening weekend for Courageous, the fourth movie from Sherwood Pictures, the same bunch that brought us Fireproof. This time the theme centers around what it means to be a man of honor. Ben Davies, a 22-year-old college student, competitive athlete, actor, model and star of the film, joined me by phone in between art appreciation and lunch at Samford University to give us a preview of the film and what he learned while making it. Grab your friends and see it this weekend. Guys, it has guns; do you really need anything else?

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The Boundless Show: Inbox Segment
Inbox Segment

The Writing’s In the Sand

Guests: John Thomas,

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She wants to do relationships right and wonders why so many dating stories revolve around romantic, Hollywood-style gestures. Isn’t this putting too much emphasis on the couple? Shouldn’t the focus be on exalting Christ instead of one another? John Thomas is here to tell us when googly-eyes are OK and when they can get in the way of glorifying God.

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