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Welcome to “What Would Jesus Watch?”, our summer exploration into the overlooked and underexplored genre of Christian Cinema.
Have you wanted to watch a 90 minute infomercial for a Christian Dating website? Then have we got the movie for you!
On this week’s episode Alex and Kate break down “Christian Mingle – The Movie” and the “click, marry, die, done” dating culture it revolves around. We talk about the film’s bizarre view of Christianity, say a prayer for poor Lacey Chabert, discuss the movie’s hilarious prayer habits and dream about visiting the greatest fictional restaurant of all time.
Plus we share our theories about the purpose of the movie and if the leading man is actually an 8-year-old. And to truly understand the movie Kate goes undercover to create her own Christian Mingle account! All that and more on this episode of Christianity for Dummies…er we mean What Would Jesus Watch!
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Entertaining podcast! Just FYI (because I know you’ll be so impressed!), I worked and was good friends with David Keith’s cousin when we lived in Knoxville. Alex actually enjoyed spending time with her too! So how many degrees of separation is that? Maybe you could have gotten some inside info! He (David, not Alex) was a pretty big star back in the day, and is also a HUGE UT fan – he used to show up on the sidelines during the games quite frequently.