Daniel and Dave Discuss Every Episode of DGL

A weekly podcast in which Daniel Gray and Dave Brown talk about a specific episode of the hit family radio drama Down Gilead Lane.

Saturday, August 20, 2011

Blessed Are the Peacemakers...

We continue on our journey through the Beatitudes in this weekend's episode, "The Price of Peace." We're interested to hear your thoughts on this show, so please weigh in on 6-10. If you haven't heard this episode before, don't read on!
  • Did you enjoy hearing Vincent and Michael's rivalry? Did this storyline complement the main plot of the episode?
  • Do you think that the Caleb getting arrested storyline concluded well? Was Mr. Morrison's talk with him at the jail a standout part of the episode?
  • Was the conversion scene fitting for the character of Caleb? Do you think Anthony was the best character to lead him to Christ?
You have until 2PM Wednesday (August 31) to review. By the way, you don't have to review traditionally--an anagram, a list of favorite quotes, or whatever creative contribution is welcome!

1 comment:

  1. Hi Guys!
    This is probably close to my favorite episode of DGL!
    Mikey and Vincent's rivalry was very entertaining, though it did get a little old. I really don't see how it relates to the main plot, but I liked the story anyway!
    I think that they did conclude the arrest storyline well, with the door not being locked and him being free to leave, but it was kind of weird that they didn't tell him that.
    The part with Mr. Morrison always kind of freaked me out. It was just strange that he would be yelling at someone. I thought it was kind of harsh, especially the part when Mr. M. was just going to leave him there and he said that if he didn't accept Christ and ask him to set Caleb free from his bondage to sin, he might as well be sitting in a jail cell. I thought that was expecting a lot of Caleb. But, maybe it was just what Caleb needed to show him that he did need Christ and that he needed to change his life.
    The conversion scene was very fitting for the character of Caleb. I love how Anthony explained the gospel to him. Anthony was the perfect person to lead Caleb to Christ.
    I can't wait for next week!
    See ya later,