1. In our catastrophes - whatever they may be, however large or small they are - we cry out for rescue, deliverance, and salvation.
  2. Eucatastrophe is the coming untrue of all sin, evil, and death. And where that starts is the empty tomb of the risen Jesus.
  3. When Jesus appeared again to his disciples on that first Easter evening and again a week later with Thomas and the Emmaus disciples, what did Jesus show them? His hands.
  4. Jesus has gone ahead of you on the road, and promises to be with you still.
  5. Keep The Beat. In this episode, we converse about good and bad sermons as defined by J.R.R. Tolkien. We discuss cosmology, truth, love, and why how we use words matters.
  6. Tolkien's hero Tom Bombadil functions to showcase the Gospel
  7. Christopher grew up in his father's literary world, a joyful reminder and glimpse of something far greater that we as Christians grow up in our Heavenly Father's living word.
  8. In A Hobbit, A Wardrobe and a Great War, Loconte meticulously analyzes both Lewis and Tolkien with one eye on their immediate historical context and the other on their works, letters, and diary entries.
  9. Thanks to Barfield’s opposition, several important things happened to C.S. Lewis.
  10. Written in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of J.R.R. Tolkien's death.
  11. In the sacrament, we receive an earnest of that future promise here and now in the body and blood of Jesus given and shed for us.
  12. The story of salvation is the true story of God doing his unexpected work of salvation for us.
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