Dammit, Jim, I’m the Doctor

Dammit, Jim, I’m the Doctor March 18, 2012

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 the various things Bones has ever said along these lines. Anyone care to see if we can get a meme started? I’m sure there are others who’ll come up with better ones than I have. Here’s a second one…

 

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  • Gan

    LF spinoff series with a timelord called “the mechanic”

  • Woodbridgegoodman

    More broadly?  What about the neglected role of academic theology – “doctors” – in religion.  Maybe you could also paste on the face of say, few few doctors of the Church – like especially Thomas Aquinas – here? 

    I’m especially interested in the grassroots opposition to any educated approach to religion.  The Doctors … vs. Enforced Naivete.  As part of my advocacy of Theology proper.  (Which is also shaping up as a current topic on the Theology Forum blog, by the way).