In this weeks episode Daniel, Cody, and Roy take on the art from a Christian worldview with the idea portrayed in our pop-culture in regards to drugs and its use.
In Scintillating Cinema we look at the 1994 movie The Mack starring Jim Carey and we examine the idea behind The Mask and its draw it has over Jim's character Stanley Ipkiss. As we talk about this movie and the underlying relation the mask seems to have to drugs we also touch on the idea of alcohol.
In the second part of the discussion we look at the medicated curlicue given in the book by Ken Kesey titled One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. IN this short segment we talk about the medicated culture we live in and the false idea of needing meds to either give us that push we need or to reign us in a bit more.
And in the Diabolical Beats segment we talk about the 2015 #1 song Can't Feel My Face by The Weekend. In this we talk about the non-explicit innuendos about drugs and its effects on the artist. When we get addicted to drugs or other substances we often go from bad to worse.
And in closing we talk about the proper Christian view on these topics and how we are to look at them through a Christian lens. We ask ourselves the question What is our Drug?
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