If you’re a science fiction fan looking for a great Epiphany movie, Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979) should rank high on your list of films appropriate to the day.
Category: Liturgical Year
The end of “2001: A Space Odyssey” speaks to our desire for transcedence. Christ promises to help us not transcend but fully realize our humanity.
Where did all the aliens from the Star Wars prequels go by the time of the original trilogy? The answer has ramifications for us this Advent.
The Lady Galadriel is a moving and meaningful image of divine grace, an image we need as we continue to walk in darkness today.
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine held viewers today accountable for working to make sure its vision of the future came to pass.
The Fremen longed for their Kwisatz Haderach. God’s people longed, and long, for a Savior. Will we welcome the unexpected Savior we receive?
Isaac Asimov gave the world the Three Laws of Robotics. In Christ, God again gives us divine instruction for our lives.
Obi-Wan Kenobi epitomizes “wisdom from on high” and prompts us to consider what truths to tell, when.
While my Presbyterian tradition offers many riches, our liturgical calendar is pretty scarce when it comes to weekday feasts and festivals. Growing up, the only weekdays on which I went to church were Maundy Thursday and Christmas Eve (when not a Saturday or Sunday, of course). I don’t recall ever attending a Good Friday service […]