PODCAST – Ginger (Fighting the Void) and the Differences Between Catholicism and Protestantism

I’ve been bad about updating this site for the last two weeks. Part of that has involved my schedule getting crazy and part of it has involved problems with editing several recent episodes of the show. There are corruption/editing issues with the Hotep Jesus/Sarah Hargett recordings… Regardless, I forgot to post the link to myContinue reading “PODCAST – Ginger (Fighting the Void) and the Differences Between Catholicism and Protestantism”

HUMMEL – 33 Conservative Film Recommendations for Modern Audiences

I am a man of lists. I like arranging things and creating ordered lists to work through. I’m also a man who enjoys curating and recommending works of art and entertainment to people who don’t delve into film and literature as deeply as I do. I love recommendation lists for these reasons! As a fanContinue reading “HUMMEL – 33 Conservative Film Recommendations for Modern Audiences”

Independent C.S. Lewis Biopic Wraps Production, To Be Released in 2021

Max McLean’s cinematic adaptation of his stage-play The Most Reluctant Convert has wrapped production in the United Kingdom. According to Deadline, the production has officially wrapped principal production and is on track for a 2021 release date. “Shot in and around Oxford, the film charts the spiritual journey of the renowned writer prior to theContinue reading “Independent C.S. Lewis Biopic Wraps Production, To Be Released in 2021”

PODCAST – Jennifer Greenberg Discusses Biblical Abuse Advocism

This week on the AntiSocial Network, we were joined by Jennifer Greenberg. Jennifer is the author of Not Forsaken, her personal testimony of struggling with the affects of parental abuse and how she’s overcome it as a Christian. Jennifer joined the show to discuss her perspectives and methods running a public ministry as an advocateContinue reading “PODCAST – Jennifer Greenberg Discusses Biblical Abuse Advocism”

PODCAST – Professor Rachel Fulton-Brown discusses “The Forge of Tolkien”

One of my favorite regular guests who I have had the opportunity to meet and befriend in the past two years has been the wonderful Mrs. Rachel Fulton-Brown. She is a professor of Medieval history at the University of Chicago and a famous firecracker in the culture wars of the past half decade. As aContinue reading “PODCAST – Professor Rachel Fulton-Brown discusses “The Forge of Tolkien””

12 Book Recommendations for Young Conservatives

As my grandpa once said, “school never did learn me nothin”. My education was somewhat similar. I was a B- average student through high school and college but it took a very long time for me to develop any sort of drive or intellectual passion in my adult life. Much of that passion coincided withContinue reading “12 Book Recommendations for Young Conservatives”