Tag: House of Cards

Christian Humanist Profiles 35: Tripp Fuller on House of Cards

Nathan Gilmour sits down with Tripp Fuller to explore some of the theological and artistic fun that one can have with the Netflix series House of Cards.  The conversation ranges from the English Renaissance to the genre of tell-all memoir and several places besides.   WARNING: SPOILERS INSIDE.  Finish House of Cards Season Three before you start listening…

House of Cards: A Tragedy for Our Moment

Opining about House of Cards is a cottage industry of sorts these days, so I must endeavor here to say something you good folks couldn’t read elsewhere.  So I advance this hunch: like any good tragedy, House of Cards is the sort of entertainment that rewards learning without requiring it and lets those inclined to repent of sins do…