The Imperial Left

  HT Lori Baron on Facebook   Posted with Blogsy [Read more…]

Undecipherable Inscription

Via Bob Becking on Facebook   Posted with Blogsy [Read more…]

Blogging the Second Doctor

Here is a round-up of my blogging about every episode from the Patrick Troughton era of Doctor Who: The Power of the Daleks The Highlanders The Underwater Menace The Moonbase The Macra Terror The Faceless Ones The Evil of the Daleks The Tomb of the Cybermen The Abominable Snowmen The Ice Warriors The Enemy of [Read More…]

An Odd Diatribe from Thomas L. Thompson

In the latest issue of The Bible and Interpretation, Thomas L. Thompson offers a very odd rebuke to Bart Ehrman. Thompson mentions things like Philo's love of allegory and Qoheleth's assertion of our lack of novelty, as though these somehow will allow one to open the door to any and all interpretations of texts, including [Read More…]

Manger in the Workplace

It isn't even Christmas, yet I just came across a photo of a manger on display in a workplace (at The Mills River Progressive). I think this is a manger that Christians, atheists, and everyone else will agree that it was appropriate to display in a workplace in this way…   Posted with Blogsy [Read more…]

Grammar Dalek

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Doctor Who: The Dominators

It seems that I somehow managed to neglect blogging about the episode “The Dominators” after listening to the episode as an audiobook some months ago. Here are my thoughts on it! The episode “The Dominators” sees the Doctor landing on a world that has embraced pacifism completely. The planet has no prisons, and an island [Read More…]

Biblioblogging according to Mark

On his Gospel of Mark blog, Mike Kok has posted the latest Biblical Studies Carnival, a round-up of a month's worth of biblioblogging from a variety of blogs, including this one. Posted with Blogsy [Read more…]

Happy Independence Day!

Whether you are an American celebrating the 4th of July, or an Ewok celebrating the downfall of the Galactic Empire a long, long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, may your day see you free from tyrannical rule by the Sith and all who resemble them! [Read more…]

Hello Higgs!

The shower of high velocity subatomic particles produced by particle accelerators can seem like fireworks. And so it is nice that it is on the 4th of July that the official announcement was made by the scientists who have discovered the heaviest boson yet, which will either turn out to be the long sought after [Read More…]


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