Reflections on the science fiction show “Black Mirror”: In a world where everything is recorded and certainty can be achieved, what role does Faith play?
A great one-hour lecture on Religion and Doctor Who to make the scifi and religion geeks happy!
As we seek to make peace with a Bible that has disturbing majority readings, we would do well to seek a minority report–a diversity of interpretations–to help inform what a passage means to us.
Kayla Roberts is a female programmer and wrote the Code Manifesto in response to a sexist workplace. I read it and saw several points of contact with faith communities like the Christian faith. Take a look!
There’s no way to change the Prime Directive, whereas in mainline churches the doctrine can eventually reflect the needs of the many. Covenant, like treason, then becomes a matter of dates.
This coming Sunday is May the Fourth. Many congregations are unaware that it is a High Holy Sunday, with an ancient liturgy commemorating it as Star Wars Sunday: May the Fourth Be With You. I am sure that everyone wants to commemorate it. But I suspect that many congregations are lost in the woods of Endor […]
The third in our series on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. examines a conversion moment of justifying grace.
It’s helpful to see how Hell is depicted in popular media because it is often wrapped in moral lessons that apply whether you believe in Hell or not. And in this case, it’s awesome.
Read on for two geeky sources (Syfy’s ‘Haven’ and the movie ‘The Matrix Reloaded’)that yield theological reflection on the role love has in taking down systems of control, no matter how big
The Jesus = Zombie meme is awful. No, not how sacrilegious it is, but that they got the sacrilegiousness WRONG.