045: Fiddler on the Roof

This week Richard and David got to talk about the great 1971 Musical, ‘Fiddler on the Roof’! Do your traditions line up with your Biblical convictions or oppose them? Do your traditions help to stabilize your faith in God and devotion to Him and others, or do they get in the way? This movie helps us take a long, hard look at our own personal traditions and ways of life and hopefully consider them objectively.

Hope this blesses you all!

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  1. Hey guys! I am 12 years old and me and my brother absolutely LOVE your podcast. The only problem is, you have done a lot of movies we haven’t seen yet and we try not to spoil good movies. So we were wondering if you could do a bit more movies we’ve seen. Here are some movies we’d like to see done! 🙂

    1. Pirates of the Carribbean

    2. Indiana Jones

    3.Iron Man

    4.Captain America: First Avenger or Captain America: The Winter Soilder

    5. Jurrassic Park

    6.The Lord of the Rings

    7. The Hobbit

    Thanks! I understand if you can’t. Just some ideas though!

    -Liam ;12 years

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