Animated Crash Course in Evolution

By QualiaSoup HT Hemant Mehta [Read more…]

Opposing Mix-It-Up Day: Bigotry and Isolationism in Jesus’ Name

The New York Times has reported that the organization that calls itself the “American Family Association” is opposing Mix It Up Day – a day during which children are (get ready for it) encouraged to sit with someone that they would not normally, outside of their comfort zone. American Family Association, and anyone who keeps [Read More…]

Jesus is (Sith) Lord? Science Fiction and Theology around the Blogosphere

Over the past day or so, several bloggers have responded to, mentioned, or built upon things I've written here or said elsewhere on the topic of religion and science fiction. At Political Jesus, Rod the Rogue Demon-Hunter shared several tongue-in-cheek explorations of the idea of Jesus as Sith Lord. Below is one of the images [Read More…]

The Sound of Cylons by Simon and Garfunkel

HT John DeNardo. [Read more…]

I Don’t Always Play a Red Shirt on Star Trek…

I spotted this on Facebook about a week ago, but IO9 mentioned it today and so I thought I’d share it. It’s an interesting bit of trivia, making for a nice addition to the “most interesting man in the world” meme. [Read more…]

Physics, Santa, and God

OK, the argument above is cute. Can it be used to prove not only that there is a Santa Claus, but also that there is a God – indeed, an infinite number of them? Or does the apparent absence of Santa from our universe suggest that there are not an infinite number of universes? And [Read More…]

Not What John Had in Mind

A friend shared this on Facebook. I am not sure whether it is real or a spoof (I have seen kitchier Christian marketing gimmicks). But I am confident that it isn't what Revelation 7 had in mind – or John 4, for that matter.     [Read more…]

Multitasking Limit Reached

Via Reddit   [Read more…]

What Religious Extremists Fear Most

HT Jim West   [Read more…]

Dietrich Reinhart OSB Fellowship in Eastern Christian Manuscript Studies

Dietrich Reinhart OSB Fellowship in Eastern Christian Manuscript Studies  The Hill Museum & Manuscript Library (HMML) announces the establishment of the Dietrich Reinhart OSB Fellowship in Eastern Christian Manuscript Studies, to be awarded annually for three years beginning with the Academic Year 2013-2014. The fellowship has been established through the generosity of Rebecca Haile and [Read More…]


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