Reasons to Buy Religion and Science Fiction: WWJD?

"Wow, I really wish my brother would read this..."

What would Jacob do? He’d probably sit reading Religion and Science Fiction, engrossed and intrigued, while nonchalantly waiting for John Locke to fall out a window. The book may not explain the polar bears if you haven’t already figured out why they were on the island (and to be honest, you should have – and I am linking here to a blog post of mine that may help you put those pieces together). But it will help you explore an even more fundamental component of LOST and much other sci-fi: the way shows tackle the nature of good and evil.

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Earl Doherty as Christian Reformer
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Earl Doherty as Christian Reformer
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Earl Doherty as Christian Reformer
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Earl Doherty as Christian Reformer

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