Ben Sulser

Podcaster. Voice actor. Church planter. Is there anything Ben Sulser DOESN’T do?

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4 things Christian artists get WRONG!

Sound of Sanity discusses 4 things Christian artists get wrong.

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Nope (2022)

Did we like this movie? Is Jordan Peele a great filmmaker? Are the ideas groundbreaking and thought-provoking? ……… (INSERT ANSWER HERE) Support us here! Listen to the episode at a separate link here! Subscribe to the podcast... read more

Cannibalism, The New York Times, and Lord of the Rings

Yes, we really do talk about all those things. They sort of depress us. Then we talk about Lore.Tv. Support us here! Subscribe here! Download the episode at a separate link here!   read more

You winsome, you lose some (or be godly, not edgy)

We discuss edginess as it relates to truthiness. Note: due to circumstances beyond our control, we weren’t able to review the Supreme Court decision in a timely fashion. But we hope to talk about it ASAP. Short version: praise God! Support us here! Subscribe... read more

Thor: Love and Thunder (2022)

Sanity at the Movies review Thor: Love and Thunder (2022).

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Stephen King, good preaching, and abstract evil

Sound of Sanity talks Stephen King, good preaching, and abstract evil. It all makes sense in the episode. Note: due to circumstances beyond our control, we weren’t able to review the Supreme Court decision in a timely fashion. But we hope to talk about it ASAP.... read more

Jurassic Park (1993) and the decline of blockbuster cinema

The other big blockbuster movie that changed cinema forever. And it’s almost 30 years old now. Yeesh. Our heroes discuss Michael Crichton, pop novels of the late twentieth century, dinosaurs, y’know, all kinds of stuff. Support us here! Listen to the... read more

How to win friends and influence people

It’s Sanityshelves again. Jake has read How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie. So we’re picking up our discussion of self help–the good, the bad, and the ugly. We also talk a bit about Dopamine Nation. Support us here! Subscribe... read more

A really evil book about how to get what you want

In this edition of Sanityshelves, we talk about Hold On to Your Kids by Gordon Neufield and Gabor Maté. And Relentless by Tim Grover. One of them is a really evil book that exposes some key lies that honest pagans tell themselves (yes, that was the sentence we meant... read more

Jaws (1975) (and the creation of modern cinema)

How Jaws created modern cinema.

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