Star Trek Valentines

Just as with other sci-fi shows, so too there are tons of Star Trek Valentine’s Day cards and images. Star Trek, after all, was full of romance and even interplanetary interspecies mating. Some of the cards and pictures I found are cute, some are funny, some are too awful to share, and some are so [Read More…]

Doctor Who: The Faceless Ones

The Doctor Who episode “The Faceless Ones” from the Patrick Troughton era is a gripping mystery set largely in Gatwick Airport, where aliens have infiltrated and are working to abduct human young people. Most of the action revolves around the Doctor’s attempt to determine what exactly is going on, who is responsible, and why they [Read More…]

Hebrew Illuminated Manuscripts Online

The British Library blog shared a long list of links and some sample images from their collection of illustrated and illuminated Hebrew manuscripts, many of which are available online. [Read more…]

The Root of All Evil?

If one’s viewpoint is that 666 represents all that is evil, then it may be useful to know that 25.80697580112788 is then the root of all evil. HT Jim West   [Read more…]

Fork Criticism: Understanding Biblical Criticism Through Cutlery

Via Sansblogue, I learned about the St. Eutychus blog, and the post there that seeks to use cutlery to illustrate different methods and conclusions in Biblical criticism. Here are a couple of examples: Click through to read the rest. [Read more…]

Ken Ham Finally Confesses His Heresy!

Thanks to a commenter for pointing out that Ken Ham, in a post on his blog yesterday, finally confessed his unbiblical heretical teachings in unambiguous terms. Ham wrote, “God’s people need to repent of compromise and return to the foundation of the inerrant Word of God instead of building on the foundation of fallible sinful [Read More…]

Doctor Who: Attack of the Cybermen

In “Attack of the Cybermen” the return of the show to its earliest roots is highlighted, not only by the Doctor’s emphatic statement, “This is the real me,” but also by the materialization of the TARDIS in a junkyard that looks familiar – one belonging to I. M. Foreman and located at 70 Totter’s Lane. [Read More…]

Metropolitan Youth Orchestra – Invest in MYO Concert, 2012

These are videos of the Orchestra B performances from yesterday’s concert. This was my son’s first concert as concertmaster for his orchestra! [Read more…]

Beware of False Teachers – And Be Aware You Might Be One!

Most of the more conservative to fundamentalist forms of Christianity place at least some emphasis on avoiding false teachers. The conservatives in every denomination – and those who claim not to have a denomination – can regularly be seen turning this weapon of religious competition against others. Charismatics and Pentecostals warn against those who claim [Read More…]

Doctor Who: The Twin Dilemma

When Colin Baker took on the role of the Doctor, something marvellous occurred. More than ever since the first regeneration, there were moments when one could really have believed that this was truly the same character that had featured on the show in its beginning. At times Colin Baker even seems to look like William [Read More…]