Past Discussions

Multiverse of Meaning:
What Modern Cinema Can Tell Us About Gen Z

Documentary filmmaker Houston Coley studies the new movement of ‘Metamodernism’ in current film & TV, and what it can tell us about the deep longings and questions of our present cultural moment

Stranger than Fiction Movie Discussion

Everybody knows that your life is a story. But what if a story was your life?
Harold Crick (Will Ferrell) is your average I.R.S. Agent: monotonous, boring, and repetitive. But one day this all changes when he begins to hear an author inside of his head narrating his life. The narrator is extraordinarily accurate, and when she reveals that he is going to die, Harold must find the author of the story, and ultimately his life, to convince her to change the ending of the story before it is too late.

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Urban Planning and Housing in East Nashville

We heard from Tim Boyls, Realtor, and Anna Grider, Metro City Planner, as they discussed faith, housing, and urban redevelopment in our neighborhoods.

What the Church can Learn from Jazz

Writer Rodney Clapp says that “jazz can help destroy the heresy of white Christianity.” Kevin Twit explored this provocative claim along with how we can learn to glorify God by enjoying jazz.

Jesus Revolution Movie and Q&A

After watching the Jesus Revolution movie, Rick and Chrissie Puncochar, who lived through the events of the time, were converted, and participated in the broader movement, shared their stories.

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Sam Allberry Q&A

Pastor, author, and speaker Sam Allberry, led us in a discussion of his newly revised, best-selling book, Is God Anti-Gay? And Other Questions About Jesus, The Bible, And Same-Sex Sexuality. Sam’s sensitive exploration of the Bible’s teaching on sexuality is intended to help both Christians and non-Christians struggling with the Bible’s teaching on this issue to see how the gospel is good news for everyone, whatever their sexual orientation.

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