Dr. Mark D. Eckel joins Jim Tudor for an informative discussion that runs the gamut from the topic of teaching visual literacy to gothic horror to C.S. Lewis!

Hear the audio-only version here:

Dr. Eckel is an educator and accomplished author in the areas of theology, film, and media literacy. Mark lives with his wife Robin in Indianapolis, IN.

His recent film related book is When the Lights go Down: Movie Review as Christian Practice and is a contributor to the C.S. Lewis-centric anthology Science Fiction and the Abolition of Man.

His books are available for purchase at Amazon.

Science Fiction and the Abolition of Man is available here.

Find more of Mark’s vast work at his website warpandwoof.org

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