Here’s information about another upcoming speaking event related to the intersection of popular culture and religion. The schedule for this year’s ΘeoCon has been posted. It includes A. David Lewis speaking on “World Religions, Comics, and Social Impact,” Ram Devineni speaking about “Love, Power, and Resilience: How Graphic Novels Exhibit Resilience and Hope,” a range of shorter sessions on a host of interesting topics, and in the mix, a panel that I’m involve in with the title “Cards for Divinity.” I will, of course, be talking about Canon: The Card Game. I’d love input from those who’ve never played the game, those who have, and anyone else interested about what you’d be interested to hear if you were in the audience at this panel session at ΘeoCon. Even if you won’t actually be there, your input would be very welcome!
There are a number of podcasts I recorded that you’ll want to listen to if you’re at all interested in this program, featuring Shayna Watson the founder of ΘeoCon, Matt Brake who is involved in organizing it this year, A. David Lewis who is keynote speaker, and Jonathan Lawrence my co-presenter.
Also related to the intersection of theology and popular culture, the deadline for this call for papers has been extended:
Here are some other calls for papers that are likely to be of interest:
Also related to the theme of this post.
And finally, let me include a few older blog posts related to Canon: The Card Game.