Reasons To Buy Religion and Science Fiction: It’s All The Rage With Aliens Mistaken for Ancient Greek Gods

I know that the 40% discount coupon I shared might seem like a good enough reason to go ahead and order yourself a copy of the book which was just released, Religion and Science Fiction. But die-hard fans of science fiction sometimes need a geekier form of motivation. And so I am planning on blogging [Read More...]

You May Be A Geek If…

You may be a geek (to say nothing of a Trekkie) if, when working on the index of a book you edited on religion and science fiction, and you wonder – even if only for a moment – whether it is OK to put a reference to imperial Spock from the parallel universe in the [Read More...]

Congratulations to Joel Watts!

One reliable sign that a blogger is taking a stand for truth and open to following the evidence where it leads is when a negative post about them appears at Answers in Genesis. Joel Watts has now had this honor. Keep up the good work! Joel and Rod already have responses and comments posted. I [Read More...]

Continuity Errors in the Bible and Star Trek

An interesting post at the blog Undeception compares continuity errors in two canons – the Bible and Star Trek – and notes the similarity between the attempts at harmonization among die-hard fans of both. I can also share under the heading “religion and science fiction” a humorous video about Calvinism (HT Hacking Christianity), because at [Read More...]

An Introduction to Biblioblogs

Having moved to this new site, I suppose there is another thing I should explain about this blog. It is a biblioblog. I know librarians who blog use that term too, but the most authoritative source in the known universe (which is being considered as a candidate to be declared a UNESCO heritage site) says [Read More...]


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