The Time You Have (in Jellybeans)

HT IO9 [Read more…]

Dalekrishna

I’m grateful to blog reader arcseconds for pointing this out to me. Watch it all the way to the end to see the intersection of religion and Doctor Who in this KitKat commercial. [Read more…]

Mennonites, Mormons, and Moonies

Having provided enough amusing information literacy song videos, my colleague Chad Bauman and I are moving into a new genre: amusing song videos about religion. The above is the first in the genre, “Mennonites, Mormons, and Moonies,” with lyrics by Chad Bauman, and performed in four-part harmony by Chad Bauman, Chad Bauman, Chad Bauman, and [Read More…]

Irrational Hatred of Rational Religion

Joel Watts shared this image on his blog: While green could have more naturally been used to indicate a positive situation, the maker of the image chose to throw in a snarky “but still irrational.” What, pray tell, if anything, is irrational about Deism? Deism is a viewpoint that only accepts that which is rational, [Read More…]

Sharing Links to Other Blogs and News

I have long had a widget in my sidebar that shared links to interesting posts and news items elsewhere. Unfortunately, that widget seems to be causing the blog to load very slowly, resulting in error messages and other frustrating experiences for readers. I hope to find a widget that will work without such side-effects, but [Read More…]

The Jewish Roots of the Vulcan Salute

Most Star Trek fans will know about this, but even if you already did, you may enjoy hearing Leonard Nemoy talk about it. You can either fast forward in the above video to around 10:30, or click here to go straight to the relevant segment. HT Frank Weathers. [Read more…]

Amor Tollit Timorem

If you have not yet discovered the Bestiaria Latina blog, you should. In addition to the Latin LOLcat, it also regularly features trilingual gifs of Biblical iconography.   [Read more…]

NT Wrong is Back!

The mysterious pseudonymous biblioblogger is back. The post indicating this at the Biblioblog Top 50 blog is elusive, but the comments indicate that an X-Factor biblioblog revolution is afoot…   [Read more…]

Beyond Belief by David Wilcox

A progressive Christian song. HT Sara Kay on Facebook. [Read more…]

Hebrews 9: A Bloodbath

Hebrews 9 is the source of a couple of popular “memory verses” in conservative Evangelical circles. It was interesting to explore it in my Sunday school class today in a way that got at some key questions, both in terms of the exploration of the meaning of the text in its original context, and how [Read More…]