Listen to Time Loop (№ 77)
The first iconic episode and a classic example of the intersection between pop culture and Christianity that the SFC does so well.
At this point Ben is optimistic about genre movies and is excited for "More: more Pirates, more Matrix, more Nolan Batman".
I'm really glad they're rebooting Spider-Man.
Reboots are going to get really old really fast...I don't need to see Spider-Man become Spider-Man again.
Is Batman justified in his vigilantism?
There are four areas Batman must be justified:
We're talking about Jesus the man, not Jesus the God--
You can't separate them. Oh, you're going to separate Jesus now?
'All it takes for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing.'
Is that from a comic book?
Even if you can say that Batman created supervillains (which I'm not even sure if you can 100% say that), you can't say that Batman created all bad. Otherwise he would be called 'Badman'.
I bet there's some really great spiritual themes in there.
Absolutely. There has to be: it's from 1985.
Take that, Matt!
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