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December 26, 2015

031: Our Review of The Force Awakens

This week, our last episode of 2015, we review the new installment in the cultural phenomenon known as Star Wars. We talk about what worked, what didn't, and what we want from the next movie. We also reference Avatar: The Last Airbender.


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December 20, 2015

030: Songs From Wavorly

This week, we listen to two (technically, three) tracks from the 2007 album Conquering the Fear of Flight from the band Wavorly and review those songs and the band as a whole. We talk about why their music is so great and what we as Christian artists can do to make our music great as well. Caleb somewhat embarasses himself with his lack of knowledge of proper musical terminology.

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December 11, 2015

029: Making Stories Interesting

This week the Powers brothers answer a listener question about making characters and plot more interesting in your writing. We give you some concrete tips that might help make your story more engaging and then go into the theory of why that stuff works. In the process, we reference the MBTI personality theory.

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December 5, 2015

028: Martin Luther, Leader of the Reformation

This week, the Powers Brothers talk about Martin Luther and his Ninety-Five Theses. We discuss the importance of being a good leader, the proper time to cause "division" in a church, and some of the problems with the Roman Catholic church in the 1500's. We also reference the Mistborn series by Brandon Sanderson. If you want to learn more about Martin Luther, check out the Wikipedia article here and then look at the citations to find some academic sources to do some extra reading. Yes, that's write, we're implying that you should do some homework. 


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