Oscars: What will win? What should win? Come on. There are better questions.

Once a year, at the Kindlings Muse – a live panel discussion that takes place at Hale’s Brewery and Pub – we devote a whole show to considering the strengths, weaknesses, themes, and theological implications of popular movies.

Today, the podcast of our annual Oscar show was posted, featuring Dr. Jeff Keuss and Dr. Chris Chaney, show host Jennie Spohr, and for comic relief… me!

We talk about all nine Best Picture nominees…

and you can tune in here. 

Enjoy the conversation, and share your own thoughts over on my Facebook page.

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