In the Fantastical Truth podcast from Lorehaven.com, hosts E. Stephen Burnett and Zackary Russell find truth in fantastic stories, and apply the wonders of these imaginary worlds to the real world our Creator has called us to serve. Join the best Christian fantastical authors and other creative friends on this joyful journey, to find the happiness and holiness of Jesus through his gift of truthful imagination.
139. What If You Could Win a Race and Change World Law? | The Chase Runner series with Bradley Caffee
Bradley Caffee, author of The Chase, The Change, and The Choice, dashes into our studio to lead the young-adult resistance.
138. What If the Government Made You Act Like An Android? | Aberration with Cathy McCrumb
In the Children of the Consortium series, one woman's broken nanotech implant helps her rediscover human connection.
137. Which Dystopian Doom Sounds Worse, Orwell’s ‘1984’ or Huxley’s ‘Brave New World’?
We live in a society shaped by two dystopian fictions—Aldous Huxley's hedonistic fake-utopia versus George Orwell's authoritarian Big Brother.
136. How Did Politics Become King of Evangelical Popular Culture?
Christians invest a lot into political persuasion, possibly neglecting stories' power to change human hearts.
135. Why Are Some Christians So Curious About Nephilim?
Join us for this giant controversy about these "monsters," who make such a quick cameo in Genesis 6 but get a starring role in many Christian speculations.
134. Why Do Mad Scientists Keep Trying to Make Monsters?
That twist ending is true—mad scientists are the real monsters, abusing their power, creations, and human lives because they want to become like God.
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The hosts make logical conclusions in an apologist manner toward helping Christian and lay audiences understand how fiction work fits into our lives today.
This podcast discussing fantastical fiction is not only for writers, but for readers and fans. The hosts go beyond the typical talk about Tolkien and CS Lewis, but dive deeper and encourage the listener to think imaginatively about all genres of entertainment. The podcast is well done. I appreciate the approachable professionalism.