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Seeing and Believing
Seeing and Believing
Every week Wade Bearden and Kevin McLenithan search for the sacred on screen.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 78 ratings
Knowledgeable and Non-Preachy
Kevin and Wade dive deep into each film, offering an in-depth analysis for two films per episode. It is obvious they do this podcast because of their love of cinema and quest for the sacred on-screen. In doing so, they are unlike so many Christian reviewers who simply base their opinion on the...Read full review »
Jman24601 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/31/19
Insightful and Faithful
It’s great to hear genuine Christians giving clear, articulate insights on these great films that they discuss. The hosts, Wade and Kevin, have a great synergy even as their approaches to criticism differ; Kevin being more of the classical critic with the certificate to match, and Wade having...Read full review »
Arand3 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/10/19
This is an amazing show! I love how Wade and Kevin delve into films and how the Christian faith intersects with cinema. Please go and give it a listen!
Spidercam via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/30/19
Recent Episodes
It's documentary week here on Seeing & Believing, featuring two new films from Netflix. Wade and Kevin dig into Dick Johnson Is Dead, an intensely personal new film from Cameraperson director Kirsten Johnson. By turns irreverent, playful, and deeply emotional, Johnson's film explores the...
Published 10/09/20
Detectives are the name of the game on Seeing & Believing this week. Netflix's new film starring Stranger Things' Millie Bobby Brown has arrived, adding to the Sherlock Holmes Cinematic Universe with Enola Holmes. Brown plays the famous Sherlock's younger sister, who embarks on her own...
Published 10/02/20
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