The Four Horses of the Snowpocalypse

These horses were actually sculpted in China – read the story here. But for some reason when I was shown the photo, I thought, four horses, four horsemen, snowpocalypse (recent blizzard in New England) and it all sort of came together. [Read more…]

God’s Plan and Time Travel

The cartoon below from SMBC is right at the intersection of religion and a major science fiction trope, namely time travel. Do you think time travel is possible? If so, how would that relate to any particular set of religious beliefs? Fringe and a number of other shows have done interesting things with this. [Read more…]

Calvin and Luther Valentines

   For your amusement, courtesy of The Kippah and the Collar, which also has a John Wesley one! [Read more…]

Blame the Copyeditor

From Scenes from a Multiverse. The view of how Christians view the Old Testament is at best a caricature. But the cartoon does nicely poke fun at those who would speak of the inerrancy of “original autographs” that we no longer have, simply to be able to assert that the Bible was once inerrant (and [Read More…]

So You Want To Win The Super Bowl Next Year?

If so, there seems to be a trend… HT Bob Cargill. No, this isn’t good theology. But as long as so many people believe that God cares what team wins, then hopefully they will at least draw out the logical implications from such beliefs. Neil deGrasse Tyson offered an astute sports-related theological observation: And of [Read More…]

Superb Owl

Apparently there is some sort of event tonight for nerds, which given the title, I am guessing involves rewatching the classic version of Clash of the Titans. But I don’t see that in the TV Guide…   Image via Tom Bolin and Bob Cargill on Facebook. [Read more…]

Well, That Escalated Quickly

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Wilderness Wandering: There’s an App for That

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When Churches Try To Compete With The Super Bowl

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Praising Academic Achievement FAIL

I spotted this at a local high school today: [Read more…]