The Theologians: Episode 1: Gumbo Madonna

Ever wonder what theologians do all day? Michael Homan and Mark Gstohl show you in the premiere episode of The Theologians: [Read more...]

Curiosity

I hope that everyone in the world is aware that the NASA Mars rover Curiosity is due to reach Mars in a matter of hours. I am writing this in a brief visit to my office at work, having no electricity at home, and thus no internet. Hopefully I will get back here sometime tomorrow [Read More...]

Glimpse Every Doctor Who Episode in Less than 10 Minutes

Here’s a video of clips from every single episode in the show’s history. Enjoy! HT IO9 and Galactica: Variants   [Read more...]

Doctor Who: 100,000 BC

One of my recent posts asked just how far back in the show’s history the intersection with religion goes. I’d like to suggest that the answer is the very first episode – or the second if one considers each half-hour installment an episode. In this installment, “The Cave of Skulls,” we encounter early humans struggling [Read More...]

TRON Uprising

IO9 shared this Comic-Con trailer for the new Disney animated TV show, TRON: Uprising. On the subject of science fiction that explores religion, the original TRON and the sequel TRON: Legacy both fall into that category. I wonder whether any of that will make it into the TV animated spin-off. [Read more...]

Jesus: The Cold Case – Some Blog Reactions

Three blogs that I know of have blogged about the TV documentary Jesus: The Cold Case. Here they are: Remnant of Giants Otagosh Say Hello To My Little Friend They represent very different reactions. Did any readers of this blog see it? If so, what did you make of it? [Read more...]

Call for Submissions for Science Fiction Film and Television: The Battlestar Galactica Phenomenon

Via TheoFantastique (and since also shared at Political Jesus): Science Fiction Film and Television is seeking submissions for a special issue on the Battlestar Galactica phenomenon. Although the rebooted series has received much critical attention, significantly less has been written on other BSG texts. This issue seeks to redress that imbalance. We are interested in articles [Read More...]

In Praise of the iPad in an Airport

What can one do if stranded waiting for a flight, or perhaps just waiting for a flight without unexpected delays? It is amazing how much work and how much entertainment you can bring with you on an iPad. Depending on the amount of free space you have, you can fill up with more books, working [Read More...]

Sycamore School on the Discovery Channel

A great local school for gifted children, Sycamore School, located here in Indianapolis, has been profiled on a series on the Discovery Channel. Here’s a video of the episode: [Read more...]

The Eleventh Doctor Lives On

IO9 reported the news that bow ties will remain cool for another year. Matt Smith has confirmed that he is returning to play the Doctor on Doctor Who for another 14 episodes. [Read more...]

LOST Conference

Nik at Nite posted a reminder about the conference on the TV show LOST scheduled to take place October 6th-8th, 2011 in New Orleans, in conjunction with the annual meeting of the Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association in the South. The deadline for proposals of papers is June 30th 2011. Click through for more information [Read More...]


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