100: Tim Challies

This week, we got to celebrate our 100th Episode! Can you even believe we made it this far? Richard and David got to sit down and chat with Tim Challies of http://www.challies.com to chat about his convictions regarding entertainment. 

– Is there a good reason for cultural engagement, or not?

– Should a believer watch content which includes hyper sexuality or scenes of nudity? 

– What are some forms of entertainment Challies does enjoy?

And more! 

We followed up the interview by having our ‘Popcorn Theology Awards’, or ‘Poppies!’ — This was just a fun way for us to celebrate finally having hit triple digits. What is the most loved episode in our podcast’s history? Who does the group think is the best admin, or best group member? We got to have a lot of fun with this and reminisce over the last few years of group and podcast. 

We hope you enjoy this episode! If you like what you are hearing and want to help support us, consider supporting us on Patreon! If you do, you’ll be canonized as an official Patron Saint of Popcorn Theology and be given access to an exclusive Facebook group just for supporters, giveaways, polls to decide what films we discuss, and much more!

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