An AWESOME podcast by Jimmy Akin! The EPIC podcast journey begins . . .
Scorpion (VOY) - The Secrets of Star Trek
The season 3 finale introduced Species 8472. Jimmy, Dom, and Fr. Cory discuss the paradigm shift in Voyager at the end of the 3rd season; Janeway's introduction to holo da Vinci; and the Borg becoming a much bigger part of the show.
Paul Bennewitz & Alien Invasion (Dulce Base, Project Beta, Richard Doty) - Jimmy Akin's Mysterious World
Back in the 80s, Paul Bennewitz became deeply alarmed at evidence of an alien presence on Earth. He reported his discoveries to officials who took them seriously. Jimmy Akin and Dom Bettinelli discuss how he became convinced we had to fight back and so developed the attack plan Project Beta.
The Almost People - The Secrets of Doctor Who
In part 2 of this story, the 11th Doctor gets a doppelgänger and then sets up the big reveal for the next two episodes. Jimmy, Dom, and Fr. Cory discuss the Doctor's deception, the two kinds of gangers, and whether they are really alive.
The Way of the Warrior (DS9) - The Secrets of Star Trek
With the 4th season of DS9, the writers decided to shake things up with the addition of Worf and a return to the Klingons as villains. Jimmy, Dom, and Fr. Cory discuss the changes and how this began the series' best run of episodes.
The 10 Commandments of the Antichrist? (The Georgia Guidestones) - Jimmy Akin's Mysterious World
For 40 years, people have wondered who was the mysterious Robert Christian who commissioned the Georgia Guidestones and the meaning of the 10 principles inscribed on it. Jimmy Akin and Dom Bettinelli identify who Christian really was and examine what the 10 guidelines really mean.
The Rebel Flesh - The Secrets of Doctor Who
In the first of a two-part story, the 11th Doctor encounters the gangers. Dom, Jimmy, and Fr. Cory discuss the ethics and morality of sentient duplicates, plus the wider implications for the Who season story arcinvolving a ganger.
Customer ReviewsSee All
Great Commentary from Committed Catholics
JD and Ed (and your production teams):
Thank you and God bless you for the work you do. After every episode, I leave informed and refreshed.
Police under fire
So Jimmy, in one sentence you say it’s hard to judge someone under fire and in the next day leave the police completely unprotected when doing their job? Men and women who are under fire daily and these days more than ever? Really??
I enjoy listening to anything from Jimmy Akin
I have always liked listening to Jimmy. I especially like his Mysterious World podcasts but I would even enjoy listening to him read the phone book (he would somehow make it interesting). Keep them coming!