Enchanted Deconstruction

The word deconstruction tends to conjure up a lot of different responses. Some fear it. Others embrace it, still yet, there is hope in deconstruction. I think though from the variety of responses across the internet some have become disillusioned with the art of deconstruction. But, what if it doesn’t have to lead to disillusionment? [Read more...]

Why Question Religion?

“It seems many religious leaders these days aim to discourage people from questioning their faith. They imply we should just accept everything we are taught about religion at face value. They say: “leave the driving to us!” I am sorry, but this is just plain wrong so far as I can tell.” Guest blogger Margaret Placentra Johnston riffs on the journey towards a “mature faith.” [Read more...]

Life After Death?: Virtual Resurrection

Nearly every episode of the five seasons of Battlestar Galactica offered fodder for theological, moral, or ethical discussion, while also providing an action-packed, engaging narrative.  Building on the success of this series, the creators developed a prequel series, Caprica, which takes place on the titular planet and focuses on the Adama and Graystone families, both [Read More...]