The Geeks are back from vacation and have a lot of geeky stuff to talk about. Join them for a special “This Summer in Geek” episode full of movie, books and video game geekyness. May the force be with you.
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Why do we get angry? What is at the root of anger and indeed most sins? The Geeks answer these questions and more. Plus the Geeks discuss Stranger Things in a spoilerific episode of This Week in Geek. Warning, you should binge all 8 episodes of Stranger Things before listening to the second half of this weeks show.
Is there such thing as “righteous anger”? The Geeks discuss anger, excuses, and the Gospel in Jedi Mind Tricks. Then, James and Bill geek out about the Netflix series, Stranger Things. Please for the love of all things geeky and retro, watch Stranger Things before next week! This week is spoiler free but next week we release the Demigorgan and discuss the show in it’s entirety.
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In honor of Bill’s new album (available at BillBrimer.com and on iTunes) the Geeks talk about music, art, and worship. Is there a distinction between sacred and secular? What is worship and who is actually leading it? Then the Geeks discuss the Game of Thrones season finale.
Bill and James saw The Conjuring 2 and survived. Is it worth seeing? What theological messages does it have? Was it all a hoax? Why are ghosts so obsessed with closing doors? The Geeks discuss it all. Then James and Bill have some TV and movie updates including Westworld, Stranger Things, Star Trek and of course, Game of Thrones.
By request of a fellow geek, Bill and James watch The Conjuring and discuss demonology, clairvoyance, the horror genre and more. Then, during “This Week in Geek”, James geeks out about Legos, Minecraft and Dungeons and Dragons. And of course, the Geeks talk a little Game of Thrones.
What is the relationship between science and faith? Do either have the answers to everything? This week the Geeks discuss mysteries science and theology. Plus, James reports back from FanExpo Dallas and the Geeks talk Walking Dead.
The Geeks check out the pilot of AMC’s new show Preacher which leads to a conversation about blasphemy and if there are any unforgivable sins.
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The Geeks explore the Two Kingdoms Doctrine and how a proper understanding of it and the Gospel can guide how Christians react to current events, politics and the government. Then we Geek out with a look at some unique summer movies and of course, we hold the door open for some Game of Thrones updates.
This week the Geeks tackle a big life question, what is my purpose? Also, the Geeks discuss HBO’s Westworld, Rogue One leaks, and more Game of Thrones.
This week on a very special Friday the 13th Jedi Mind Tricks we talk the supernatural. Ghosts, demons, exorcisms, oh my! Also in this episode James reviews Captain America: Civil War or as it is also known, The Movie that DC Wishes They Had Made, plus we talk just a little more Game of Thrones.
Jedi Mind Tricks: The Geeks discuss dreams, prophecy and the full Gospel.
This Week in Geek: More Game of Thrones! What is R+L=J? We attempt to explain.
This week Bill and James discuss the Crux Theologorum (nothing to do with Harry Potter). Speaking of questions that can’t be answered, Game of Thrones is back and all of your questions about Jon Snow will be answered. (Actually none are answered.)
We are really excited to announce a new format for God Geeks. This is the first of weekly episodes that will drop every Friday. Each episode will consist of two segments. The first, “Jedi Mind Tricks” will focus on theology topics big and small. Don’t worry we will still relate everything to geeky stuff. The second segment, “This Week in Geek”, will focus on all the latest geeky news and trends.
In this premiere episode of the new format we discuss 1984, doublethink and faith, and the new Rogue One trailer.
The Geeks sat through most of Batman and Superman so you don’t have to, and trust us, you don’t want to. However, the movie does pose some interesting theological questions that the Geeks attempt to tackle. Can God be all good and all powerful even though evil exists?
The Geeks discuss the development of the Star Wars canon and the Biblical canon. It doesn’t get much God geekier than this.
Bill and James go see The Revenant and discuss whether they think the movie lived up to all of the hype and if Leo deserves an Oscar for his performance. The Geeks also define what a “revenant” is and how it relates to Christian theology.
James and Bill reveal their number one television shows on 2015. Also in this episode, what is the relationship between creator and creation? Why do kids today watch other people play video games instead of actually playing them?
Bill and James continue to talk about their favorite television of 2015. Bill takes us through his honorable mentions. Also in this episode a discussion of why we watch TV and the trouble with censorship. How should we handle and discuss sin in media?