Archives for December 22, 2010

Evolutionary Christianity and Evangelical Naturalism: Michael Dowd on TV

The Evolutionary Christianity blog today shared this video of Michael Dowd on New Hampshire public television, speaking about his faith, his life-changing religious and scientific experiences, and his views on religion and science: [Read more…]

The Return of Textual Criticism

Evangelical Textual Criticism announced the relaunch of the journal TC: A Journal of Biblical Textual Criticism. Jan Krans at the Amsterdam NT Weblog says a bit more about the contents of the latest volume and what is in store in the near future. And Chuck Jones at AWOL provides convenient links to back issues. . [Read more…]

Sci-Fi Saviors

One obvious point of intersection between religion and science fiction is that both tend to feature a savior figure. Today IO9 offered a tongue-in-cheek list of 10 signs that you could be the chosen savior. And Marc Oromaner at Diary of a Layman offered a post, “Was Jesus a User?” exploring the religious aspects of [Read More…]

Ken Schenck’s Philo Cheat Sheet

Ken Schenck has provided what he calls a “Philo cheat sheet.” Learn the most essential things you need to know about Philo of Alexandria in half an hour or less! [Read more…]

The Star Wars Christmas Special That Everyone Really Wanted

After digging up the original Star Wars Holiday Special, Scott Bailey has done one better and provided us with this hilarious parody, given the title “The Star Wars Christmas Special… That Everyone Really Wanted.” You’re going to love it. It is laugh out loud brilliant! [Read more…]

The Articles of Christmas

This post provides official notification of my intention, on or immediately prior to the 25th of December 2010, to wish readers of my blog a Merry Christmas. If you are likely to find such expression of Christmas greetings/wishes offensive, you are hereby asked to refrain from reading any and all posts on this blog which [Read More…]

O Ce Veste Minunata

Here’s another great Romanian Christmas carol, “O Ce Veste Minunata” (“Oh What Wonderful News”): [Read more…]