Tony Jones and Ryan Parker welcome special guest Hank Stuever, chief television critic for The Washington Post, to talk about the latest episode of The Handmaid's Tale, now streaming on HULU. They discuss the TV critics' viewing conundrums, the state of television, and the new, male perspective on The Handmaid's Tale, along with the series' need for a stronger theological and religious foundation.
Tony Jones and Ryan Parker discuss the latest (and possibly definitive!) episode of THE HANDMAID'S TALE, now streaming on HULU. Be prepared for Tony's hot takes! They talk about Moss' award-worthy performance, utilitariansim vs. Puritansim, and comparisons between Gilead and present day United States.
Tony Jones and Ryan Parker welcome Danielle Shroyer to this week's episode of Killer Serials. They discuss episode 5 of THE HANDMAID'S TALE, now streaming on HULU. They talk about watching the series from a woman's perspective, the possibility of a better world for all, and women's magazines.
Danielle is the author of Original Blessing: Putting Sin in Its Rightful Place (Fortress Press), Where Jesus Prayed: Illuminations on the Lord's Prayer in the Holy Land (Paraclete), and The Boundary-Breaking God: An Unfolding Story of Hope and Promise (Jossey-Bass) and speaks often on issues of theology, church leadership, and emerging communities of faith. Danielle lives with her husband and two children in Dallas, Texas.
Tony Jones and Ryan Parker discuss the latest episode of the critically-acclaimed new series, THE HANDMAID'S TALE, now streaming on HULU. They talk about stretching the notion that when one person is oppressed all are oppressed, divinely-sanctioned rape, and a McCarthy-ian sense of hope.
Tony Jones and Ryan Parker trun their attention to a new Killer Serial, THE HANDMAID'S TALE, now streaming on HULU. They talk about the dual nature of prophetic television, the marriage of religion and politics, and diverse dystopias.
Tony Jones and Ryan Parker welcome Keith Anderson,Pastor at Upper Dublin Lutheran Church, and one half of the fantastic podcast and discussion series, THE OA FOR LENT (along with Martin Malzahn). They talk about the spiritual and theological themes in the series and the practicalities of using cultural artifacts like TV series in the worshipping life of the church.
Note: Apologies for the minor audio glitches!
It's all come down to this. Tony Jones and Ryan Parker discuss the second season finale of THE PATH, now streaming on HULU. Who are you, Team Cal or Team Eddie? What's the best way to "run" a religion? They talk about these topics and more on the latest episode of Killer Serials.
Tony Jones and Ryan Parker discuss the latest episode of THE PATH, now streaming on HULU. They talk about the importance ritual and group confession and accountability, Tess' explosive entrance, and the impossibility of reconciliation and atonement while maintaining outsiders.