The Sith Who Stole Christmas

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The Reason for the Season (A Scientific Perspective)

HT Joe Hoffmann [Read more...]

The First Black Friday

I made this cartoon myself (as if it didn’t show). I had the idea for it and thought I’d try my hand at making the cartoon if I could. If the realization is a bit rough (I used the cutting edge in artistic software: Microsoft Paint), hopefully you’ll still get a chuckle from the concept! [Read more...]

The Four Stages of Santa

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Keep Chi in Xmas!

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New Doctor Who Videos

Here’s the new Doctor Who Children In Need video: And here’s the trailer for the Christmas special: [Read more...]

Daleks Still Seek Him

The latest in Jeff Carter’s artistic sci-fi and religion series. [Read more...]

Doctor Who and Christmas

All Doctor Who fans are eagerly waiting for the Christmas special. And I’m eagerly looking forward to talking about Doctor Who and Christmas (among other things) at the American Academy of Religion conference in November.  But there is another possible connection between Doctor Who and Christmas: as an explanation for why some people already have [Read More...]

Wise Time Lords Still Seek Him

I was reminded of two quick passing references on Doctor Who that had completely slipped my mind: I wonder whether somehow missed the first time I saw these episodes, or if perhaps I made a mental note of them but had forgotten by the end of watching them. From “Voyage of the Damned”: ASTRID This [Read More...]

Christmas in July

I decided to go ahead with my plan to call this post “Christmas in July” even though Matt Kelley also posted something on his blog with the same title today. I spent today – actually, yesterday, since it is past midnight – at Holiday World in Santa Claus, Indiana, with my son and some other [Read More...]

Christmas: The Christian “War on Solstice”

Today in my Sunday school class I decided to turn our attention to seasonal matters. Soon, the topic of being wished “Happy Holidays” as opposed to “Merry Christmas” came up. And so I took that opportunity to talk about what I consider one of the great Christmas miracles: the fact that long ago Christians managed [Read More...]


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