Dammit, Jim, I’m the Doctor

In thinking about a talk I’m going to be giving on religion and sci-fi, in which I’m planning on comparing the treatment of religion in Star Trek and Doctor Who, I found myself brainstorming about possible humorous titles, which led me to make this mash-up: One could do a whole meme series, alluding to all [Read More...]

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Favorite Science Fiction Music: Star Trek VI – The Undiscovered Country

There are a lot of soundtracks that I love – not only science fiction ones, I might add, and perhaps I will share some of my favorites non-sci-fi film music at some point. But there is a lot of science fiction music that is simply excellent, and which deserves to be better known. If I [Read More...]

Favorite Science Fiction Music: Theme from Star Trek – Deep Space Nine

There is some film music that is not just enjoyable because it sets the right mood for a scene, or announces that your favorite show is about to begin. It is simply wonderful musically, for whatever reason – whether emotional power, catchiness, or most likely both. I’m going to share a few of my favorites [Read More...]

Redshirts: What I Really Do

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Star Trek Valentines

Just as with other sci-fi shows, so too there are tons of Star Trek Valentine’s Day cards and images. Star Trek, after all, was full of romance and even interplanetary interspecies mating. Some of the cards and pictures I found are cute, some are funny, some are too awful to share, and some are so [Read More...]

Doctor Who: The Tenth Planet (and the First Regeneration)

The episode “The Tenth Planet” marks an important turning point in the history of Doctor Who – and not only because it introduced the Cybermen who would feature perennially throughout the show’s history. This was the last episode with William Hartnell. Doctor Who seems to be rather unique in having discovered a way to change [Read More...]

Starfleet Victory Tebow

The Starfleet American Football team’s three lead players tebow in secular thanksgiving for their victory over the gods of Olympus’ team. [Read more...]

Doctor Who: The Celestial Toymaker

“The Celestial Toymaker” is an episode of Doctor Who from the William Hartnell era, and most of the original footage is lost. Gary Zimmer sums up the significance of this early episode of Doctor Who very well: “`The Celestial Toymaker‘ was unlike any previous Doctor Who story. Until then stories had been in either of two [Read More...]

It’s a Biblical Studies Carnival, Jim, But Not As We Know It!

Jim Linville has posted the latest Biblical Studies Carnival, and it is full of humor, Biblical studies, and sci-fi (with a particularly large dose of Terry Pratchett). Click through to read and enjoy it! Thank you, Jim, for a delightful carnival! [Read more...]

A Christmas Present Fit for a Captain!

I received quite a few nice gifts this Christmas, but none as worthy of being photographed and shared on this blog as one I got from my sister: I’m particularly honored that she thought I deserved the rank of captain. Seriously, I would have been content with one of those red shirts with a bullseye [Read More...]


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