What Makes Christian Fiction Good? (CROSSOVER feat. Nathan James Norman) — SA111

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2537276The Crossover Event continues as Christian podcasters team up to take on awesome topics!

We are proud to have Nathan James Norman from The Untold Podcast as our guest, Ben and Nathan talk about what makes Christian fiction good, and also why people continue to express that Christian fiction is NOT good.

Recommendations mentioned in the episode (these are some examples of Good Stuff by Christians):

168 Film — film festival/competition

Mercy Streets — movie

Like Dandelion Dust— movie

Of Bitter Souls 1 — comic series

Doug TenNapel — graphic novelist

Eric Wilson — suspense writer

Chris Well — mystery writer

David N. Alderman — Black Earth series

Royden Lepp — Rust

Kerry Neitz — Amish Vampires in Space

Mitchell Bonds— Hero, Second Class

Here are links to the podcasts and the podcast episodes that are part of the Christian Geek Crossover Event!

Geekually Yoked — http://geekuallyyoked.com — Hosted by a wife and husband team, their podcast covers a broad spectrum of geek-related topics.

The Sci-Phi Show — http://sciphishow.com — Focuses on philosophical concepts as brought to life by sci-fi and fantasy examples.

Untold Podcast — http://www.untoldpodcast.com — Sci-fi and fantasy stories, every month.

The Sci-Fi Christian — http://thescifichristian.com — Long running podcast that focuses on both timeless topics and timely news.

Reel World Theology — http://www.reelworldtheology.com — Covers movies and television from a Christian perspective.

The Storymen — http://www.storymen.us — Hosted by three writers/pastors/teachers, features topic discussions and interviews.

Geek This! Podcast — http://geekthispodcast.com — Covers pop culture and things of geek interest.

Voices in My Head — http://rickleejames.com/podcast/

Are You Just Watching? — http://areyoujustwatching.com — Reviews movies and other media from a Christian worldview.

Strangers and Aliens — http://strangersandaliens.com — Deals with speculative fiction and Christianity.

 

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