This week on the podcast Daniel, Cody and Roy take on entertainment and the arts and the Zombie apocalypse and how they really represent the human condition.
In the opening segment we talk about the current things going on in our lives like crab cracking, dude-a-muffins and being a legalist motorcycle owner.
We also discuss some changes coming to the podcast in the structure and layout. This new way of doing things will give you weekly episodes rather than bi-weekly and you can expect to start hearing promos for other podcasts in the network.
And in the Scintillating Cinema segment we talk a little about The Walking Dead. This is just a small idea, of which we will be dedicating an entire podcast to in the future, about zombies and how they really reflect our humanity. We also make predictions on how things might shake out and come up with an ending of our own.
And please give us a rating and review on iTunes or you favorite podcast catcher
Be sure to join our Facebook page: The Art of Redemption
Follow us on Twitter: @aorpodcast
or Instagram: @theartofredemption
And you can always email us with any comments, suggestions or critiques: email@example.com
This week Daniel, Cody and Roy take on the arts and the philosophical view of existentialism in the paintings of Jackson Pollock and the 2015 blockbuster movie Mad Max: Fury Road.
In the Philosophical Flusters segment we talk about existentialism and what it is, the good and the bad. We also address how this plays into a worldview outside of christianity.
In the Peculiar Painting segment we talk bout a little history of the modern artist Paul Jackson Pollock and we emphasis one painting in particular titled - One: Number 31 and how this painting expresses his loose and meaningless style of painting called Drip Painting or Action Painting. And we com to a conclusion that it really is childish.
In the Scintillating Cinema Segment we talk about the 2015 action packed blockbuster movie Mad Max: Fury Road. We examine the idea of existentialism that is underlying throughout the movie is different characters.
As we take on this idea in these different form of art we talk about how we are to view things differently as Christians and how this worldview leads to meaninglessness and chaos.
If you enjoyed the show please rate and review us in the iTunes store or recommend and review us in your current podcast catcher! And please subscribe and join discussions at:
Our Facebook group called: The Art of Redemption
On Twitter: @aorpodcast
Check our Instagram page: The Art of Redemption
And if you have any suggestions for a future episode or any other comments and questions you can email those to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for listening!! Sempre Reformanda!