2.44: Do You Believe?

Every once in a while, we post a podcast here. This one is about the movie “Do You Believe?” from the same Pureflix guys who brought us “God’s Not Dead.” Is it amazing? Why yes. Yes it is.

27 Responses to “2.44: Do You Believe?”

  1. Great podcast. I have listened almost from the beginning and you guys helped me to see the light. Keep up the good work.

  2. It’s another podcast and I’m so excited, I just can’t hide it. I’m about to lose control and I think I like it.

  3. Hallelujah. Thank Jesus for bringing us this majestic podcastery through his humble creations. He is truely generous.

  4. ‘Bout time!

  5. I send thanks to you both for convincing me that I should never ever see this movie but then I also take away some thanks as before this podcast I was completely unaware of its existance.

  6. You MUST see this movie, for the hospital ending scene alone.

  7. Where the hell was the other guy,the community college film professor from the Gods Not Dead podcasts? That guy added a lil more knowledge about the film making process. And when are you going to do Kirk Cameron Saves Christmas? My take is I don’t ever get why these filmmakers project Christian intolerance onto atheists.

  8. Who is better at authentic black jive – Do You Believe or Chick Tracts?

  9. oxfordcommaa says:

    Really great episode Chuck.

    However, movie critics aren’t the same without Leighton. I mean, M. Wakefield is cool and whatnot, but I miss Leighton. Pls bring back Leighton Chuck, I promise to donate on a monthly basis. PLEASEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE. I’ve listened to old, classic, timeless episodes so many time and I need new Leighton. He is the Sonny to your Cher, Thelma to your Louise, Eric Hovind to your Kent Hovind, Penn to your Teller, Akin to your Popo, etc. Two grown men should be able to hash out whatever issues between occur between them, so please Chuck. I’m sure I’m not the only one who wants Leighton back. Do it for the followers and Irreligiosophy prophets!!

  10. The chances of Leighton returning to the podcast are far less than zero.

  11. Do you think you can get Kirk Hastings?

  12. oxfordcommaa says:

    Chuck, why must you deny us, your followers, our mana (Leighton). I joined this fellowship because I was told that if we ask, it shall be given. Take this to the polls! PLEASE.

  13. Citizen Wolf says:

    I’m not overly upset Leighton is no longer a member of the congregation. Sometimes the crude ‘jokes’ were just too unfunny. And repetitive.

    Any links for that research paper you mentioned about religious people and death.

  14. You should try to get Jeff Dee (from the Non-Prophets) to discuss movies with you. He does a great “Respectable Mormon Woman” voice.

  15. Chuck, do you believe? I can feel something inside me say, I really don’t think you’re strong enough, no.

    Do I have to buy or rent this movie, or can I just watch short clips in succession, recreating the movie in its entirety on YouTube?

  16. Chuck is always so coy about the possible return of Leighton:

    “The chances of Leighton returning to the podcast are far less than zero”

    I’m reading a definite maybe there…

    You know one thing that I liked about the Chuck and Leighton combo was that you were both former Mormons and that was a significant part of the show, at least to me. I didn’t really know much about Mormonism until I discovered this podcast and I thought the shows you did about Mormonism were fascinating. You also sounded like a couple of guys that had something to get off your chest, which made it interesting…

    Anyways, I think you should get the Mister Deity guy on the podcast. He’s also a former Mormon… That would be a great show!

  17. Christopher says:

    Fuck Leighton, McLovin… er Matt is awesome!

  18. And after this and a return to the fondling fathers, you’ll then need to cover the Christian answer to racial tension, War Room (that is, if you survive watching it): http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3832914/

  19. And to offer my inflation-adjusted three cents on the Leighton topic:

    Rather than have Leighton and his corndog sexism back on the show, I wouldn’t mind seeing Chuck and Matt do more episodes covering specific religions and religious issues similar to what was done more in the older episodes.

    (For example, the Islamic Fitnas, the persecution of Shias, the division of Christians over whether or not Jesus had a divine and human nature and essence… or will, or spirit, or whatever else they killed each other over for centuries.)

  20. I definitely think schools should teach the controversy about Christ’s nature. Docetism deserves equal time!

  21. oxfordcommaa says:

    @Horatio I think I speak for most when I say that the version 1.0 episodes are classic. I’ve listened to all over and over and over again. It’s just so great. Turning atheist in a family half split towards Islam and a crazy mumbo jumbo extreme version of Christianity, in a city where there is a church on almost every block was hard. Listening to them and jotting down notes to later do research on what was said helped in getting over the slight shunning. I guess their friendship and partnership means more to me than to them. Sigh, feel like I’m being melodramatic. *exits stage left*

    p.s. still gonna continue listening

  22. @oxfordcommaa I agree that Irreligiosophy 1.0 was pure podcast gold even though, yes, Leighton could be crude sometimes and some of his jokes were definitely in bad taste. But still the Chuck and Leighton combo just worked for me. That said, I love Matt. Matt grew on me. The show is great with Matt. I’m not complaining about 2.0.

    Just thought I’d make that clear…

  23. Citizen Wolf says:

    Thanks for the link.

  24. The chances of Leigthon returning are less than zero?

    So any number that 0 – = is a number nonetheless, meaning, Leighton will return!

    Praise Jebus!

  25. somewhere in greece says:

    I have to say that 5mg of epinephrin is A SHIT LOAD OF EPINEPHRIN! The adult Epipen is a 0.3mg dose and even the endotracheal dose is merely half of the IV one.
    And where the hell did the EMTs get 5mg put together? Unless they were trying to kill her

  26. 5mg of epinephrine is a lot. But remember, ACLS protocols call for 1mg epi as frequently as every 3 minutes, so 5mg of epi means the code has been going on for 15 minutes or so. And I guess if the alternatives are complications from an excess of epinephrine and death, I’ll take the first option pretty much every time.