Join Paul & Fitz as they dive into random, old episodes of Star Trek: TOS and The X-Files to search for theological truth and Christian doctrine. It's edifying entertainment for the whole galaxy.
Hear the whole catalog here: https://archive.org/details/SSFPodcast
SF #X: Goodbye to SSF
In this conclusion episode, Paul catches up with Fitz on his move to Kansas City and then discuss what they loved most about making the podcast. We read some audience responses, talk about the least-favorite TV episodes we watched, and reminisce on Dr. James White dissing us.
Thanks to those who wrote in!
Francisco from @RetroRewindPod
A huge thank you to all of our committed listeners, we seriously could not have done this without you.
SF #30: Embrace the Freight
Who knew that the search for truth began with a very confusing plot of abductees and genetically-deformed corpses? Fitz and Paul are without a guest this episode in order to first share some bittersweet news, and then discuss the implications of having our eyes opened by Christ and importance of bearing one another's burdens. Paul surprises Fitz with a going-away gift, Fitz gets hooked on cross-stitching, and both don't know how to really pronounce "Oregon".
All from The X-Files: "Pilot" (s1, ep1)
Heretic of the Week: Pope Francis
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My good friend Paul and his friends run this podcast and they are awesome. Totally weird/cool/fantastic way to approach Jesus!
Chock full of Theology, Humor and Heretics (In a good way!)
Love the Podcast! I listen to a lot of podcasts but to make the "Regular Rotation" for me a podcast muct be fun, nice to listen to and have good content... Paul and Fitz NAIL IT! the funny thing is... I never really cared for Star Trek or X-Files D:
But this podcast gets my "Seal of Approval"
Interesting Take on Modern Media
These guys take an interesting look at modern media through the lens of X-Files and Star Trek to try and prove the existence of Christ in everything. They end up revealing a lot about the hearts of humans and our need for Christ.