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Anselm Society

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Believe to See

Believe to See

Anselm Society

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Conversations about art and faith, with Matt Mellema and Marcus Robinson. A podcast of the Anselm Society.

Latest Episodes

Episode 70: Question of the Day Extravaganza!

To help us all stay sane on the eleventy-first day of quarantine, co-hosts Mandy Houk and Evangeline Denmark join Matt for everybody's favorite quarantine past-time: answering random questions about the arts. Also, Sorry about the delay in posting! I blame the quarantine...

59 MIN1 w ago
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Episode 70: Question of the Day Extravaganza!

Episode 69: The Gaming Artist

Are video games a mindless waste of time, or a vehicle for art and community? Gamer and Anselm writer Caleb Eatough joins the table to talk about the beauty of gaming. Also, if you want to hear more of Caleb's thoughts on gaming, keep a lookout for his upcoming podcast, the Citrate Gaming Podcast. Photo by Mark Bonica

54 MINAPR 15
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Episode 69: The Gaming Artist

Episode 68: Bach, the Centric Genius

Musicians Terri Moon and Greg Brown discuss Johann Sebastian Bach: both as a musical genius, and as a man centered in his faith and community. NOTE: We recorded this episode several weeks ago, before the coronavirus restrictions were in place.

54 MINMAR 27
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Episode 68: Bach, the Centric Genius

Episode 67: Is It Okay to Be a Weirdo?

Ever worry you're too weird to fit in with your family, friends, or church? So have we. Matt and Mandy are joined at the table by Anselm artists Megan McCluskey and Gianna Soderstrom to talk about the struggles and benefits of being an artistic weirdo.

50 MINMAR 11
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Episode 67: Is It Okay to Be a Weirdo?

Episode 66: Do All Artists Have to Be Weirdos?

Ever worry you're too normal to be a real artist? So have we. Matt and Mandy are joined at the table by Anselm artists Megan McCluskey and Gianna Soderstrom to talk about the struggles and benefits of being a normal person in the arts.

50 MINFEB 26
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Episode 66: Do All Artists Have to Be Weirdos?

Episode 65: Becoming an Indie Comic Artist

Jason Brubaker joins the table to discuss his journey from Dreamworks animator to indie comic artist. He also shares his latest collaboration with Cave Pictures Publishing, and the importance of community in his creative process. Photo: Jason Brubaker/Cave Pictures

50 MINFEB 12
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Episode 65: Becoming an Indie Comic Artist

Episode 64: More Little Women

With the new film getting Oscar buzz, a couple Little Women fans join the table. Anselm author Emmy Houk and Lauren Capps explain what makes Little Women so special, and why the latest film was such a success.

55 MINJAN 21
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Episode 64: More Little Women

Episode 63: Odyssey Adventures

Producer Jennifer England joins the table to talk about her work with the long-running radio drama, Adventures in Odyssey. Later, Matt's brother joins the table for some Odyssey super-fan Q&A.

56 MINJAN 2
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Episode 63: Odyssey Adventures

Episode 62: Father Christmas through the Wardrobe

Live at the Anselm Christmas Party, Matt asks whether CS Lewis should have added Father Christmas to "The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe." He soon gets interrupted by a couple extra-special guests. Photo by Lancia Smith

18 MIN2019 DEC 18
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Episode 62: Father Christmas through the Wardrobe

Episode 61: Unsolved True Crime

Does the true crime genre exploit people's pain, or does it share important stories? It turns out, the answer is complicated. And Anselm writer Sarah Pottenger is here to help.

50 MIN2019 DEC 4
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Episode 61: Unsolved True Crime

Latest Episodes

Episode 70: Question of the Day Extravaganza!

To help us all stay sane on the eleventy-first day of quarantine, co-hosts Mandy Houk and Evangeline Denmark join Matt for everybody's favorite quarantine past-time: answering random questions about the arts. Also, Sorry about the delay in posting! I blame the quarantine...

59 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Episode 70: Question of the Day Extravaganza!

Episode 69: The Gaming Artist

Are video games a mindless waste of time, or a vehicle for art and community? Gamer and Anselm writer Caleb Eatough joins the table to talk about the beauty of gaming. Also, if you want to hear more of Caleb's thoughts on gaming, keep a lookout for his upcoming podcast, the Citrate Gaming Podcast. Photo by Mark Bonica

54 MINAPR 15
Comments
Episode 69: The Gaming Artist

Episode 68: Bach, the Centric Genius

Musicians Terri Moon and Greg Brown discuss Johann Sebastian Bach: both as a musical genius, and as a man centered in his faith and community. NOTE: We recorded this episode several weeks ago, before the coronavirus restrictions were in place.

54 MINMAR 27
Comments
Episode 68: Bach, the Centric Genius

Episode 67: Is It Okay to Be a Weirdo?

Ever worry you're too weird to fit in with your family, friends, or church? So have we. Matt and Mandy are joined at the table by Anselm artists Megan McCluskey and Gianna Soderstrom to talk about the struggles and benefits of being an artistic weirdo.

50 MINMAR 11
Comments
Episode 67: Is It Okay to Be a Weirdo?

Episode 66: Do All Artists Have to Be Weirdos?

Ever worry you're too normal to be a real artist? So have we. Matt and Mandy are joined at the table by Anselm artists Megan McCluskey and Gianna Soderstrom to talk about the struggles and benefits of being a normal person in the arts.

50 MINFEB 26
Comments
Episode 66: Do All Artists Have to Be Weirdos?

Episode 65: Becoming an Indie Comic Artist

Jason Brubaker joins the table to discuss his journey from Dreamworks animator to indie comic artist. He also shares his latest collaboration with Cave Pictures Publishing, and the importance of community in his creative process. Photo: Jason Brubaker/Cave Pictures

50 MINFEB 12
Comments
Episode 65: Becoming an Indie Comic Artist

Episode 64: More Little Women

With the new film getting Oscar buzz, a couple Little Women fans join the table. Anselm author Emmy Houk and Lauren Capps explain what makes Little Women so special, and why the latest film was such a success.

55 MINJAN 21
Comments
Episode 64: More Little Women

Episode 63: Odyssey Adventures

Producer Jennifer England joins the table to talk about her work with the long-running radio drama, Adventures in Odyssey. Later, Matt's brother joins the table for some Odyssey super-fan Q&A.

56 MINJAN 2
Comments
Episode 63: Odyssey Adventures

Episode 62: Father Christmas through the Wardrobe

Live at the Anselm Christmas Party, Matt asks whether CS Lewis should have added Father Christmas to "The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe." He soon gets interrupted by a couple extra-special guests. Photo by Lancia Smith

18 MIN2019 DEC 18
Comments
Episode 62: Father Christmas through the Wardrobe

Episode 61: Unsolved True Crime

Does the true crime genre exploit people's pain, or does it share important stories? It turns out, the answer is complicated. And Anselm writer Sarah Pottenger is here to help.

50 MIN2019 DEC 4
Comments
Episode 61: Unsolved True Crime
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