There are very few people that don’t enjoy watching movies/TV shows. It’s become such a normal and regular part of our lives. Throwing up Netflix on a Tuesday evening before you go to bed is just normal. Binge watching TV shows on a Saturday morning is normal. Now, because watching movies/TV shows has become so normal in our lives, it’s crucial that we, as Christians, look at it carefully. We need to ask the questions, “What movies should I watch?” and “How should I watch them?” To help us answer these questions is Brett McCracken, a Christian film critic. I’m sure you’ll be encouraged and convicted listening to this conversation.
Who’s Our Guest?
Brett McCracken is a senior editor at The Gospel Coalition and author of Uncomfortable: The Awkward and Essential Challenge of Christian Community, Gray Matters: Navigating The Space Between Legalism and LIberty and, Hipster Christianity: When Church and Cool Collide. Brett and his wife, Kira, live in Santa Ana, California. The belong to Southlands Church, where Brett serves as an elder. You can follow him on Twitter.