The Gospel According to Doctor Who
The universe is big. It’s vast and complicated and ridiculous, and sometimes, very rarely, impossible things just happen and we call them miracles.

Happy Easter Weekend Whovians!

Save us Doctor! - A Devotional for Easter Week:
I saw on Facebook that a fellow pastor was going to be preaching on Palm Sunday and had a Doctor Who reference to throw in to the mix. I never found out what his illustration was, but it got me thinking about a recent episode I rewatched.
In the series two premiere, the new Doctor – David Tennant – is still recovering from his regeneration. Chaos is reigning outside with a large Sycorax war ship hovering over London. Prime Minister Harriet Jones issues an urgent plea – “Doctor, if you are out there, save us!”
Read more here: (via Save Us, Doctor! | salvaged faith)

Save us Doctor! - A Devotional for Easter Week:

I saw on Facebook that a fellow pastor was going to be preaching on Palm Sunday and had a Doctor Who reference to throw in to the mix. I never found out what his illustration was, but it got me thinking about a recent episode I rewatched.

In the series two premiere, the new Doctor – David Tennant – is still recovering from his regeneration. Chaos is reigning outside with a large Sycorax war ship hovering over London. Prime Minister Harriet Jones issues an urgent plea – “Doctor, if you are out there, save us!”

Read more here:
(via Save Us, Doctor! | salvaged faith)

(via Converting to the Scientific Method) Is this really the best way to share good news (aka gospel)?

(via Converting to the Scientific Method)
Is this really the best way to share good news (aka gospel)?

Wil Wheaton’s response to a little girl on how to deal with being called a nerd (by CGPhotogcom)

This is from last year’s Denver Comic Con. The advice, however, is timeless and powerful. Will Wheaton’s words of wisdom to a young girl who wants to know how to deal with being called a nerd are absolute perfection. I love how he mentions Doctor Who instead of Star Trek.

All the Doctor Who blog posts at “Exploring our Matrix” on the Progressive Christian Channel at Patheos.com

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I appreciate that however far fetched and far flung the universe is on Doctor Who, it’s never straight up magical. It poses a theory that I like very much, which is that the natural bounds of science, space, and time, would certainly trace out a thing that looked very much like god if we could follow them all the way to their ends.

Doctor Who: Secular Humanist | Grace as a Tree

The above is an interesting statement to make given the title of the source. Read the whole article to get the context.

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