Um, no. Like Jesus, Q would be no more fazed by a recession than by an in-grown toe nail. So why are some Christians frightened by recession? Sadly, such believers treat the Bible like fantasy or science fiction rather than a living book that is full of God’s life-changing promises (Hebrews 4:14). Such Christians may […]Read more "Would Q be Intimidated by a Recession?"
Yes, yes, Klingons are a fictional species. However, I would argue that Christians could learn a thing or two about what it really means to worship God from a character like Worf or his son, Alexander. How would a Klingon respond to Paul’s words, “I urge you, brothers and sisters, in view of God’s mercy, […]Read more "How Would a Klingon Worship Jesus?"
When facing an intimidating challenge, attitude is the key to victory. At the end of Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, the crew of the Enterprise are trying to stop an assassination at the Khitomer Accords that would undo an attempt to create a peace treaty between the Federation and the Klingon Empire. However, there […]Read more "“I’ve Been Dead Before.”"
Today, I share in the shock and sadness as we say goodbye to a dear friend we might have never met, but one many of us will hold in our hearts forever, Leonard Nimoy. Mr. Nimoy played Spock, my favorite Star Trek character of all time. I cannot tell you how much Mr. Nimoy’s performance […]Read more "“His was the Most Human”"
What makes the X-Men work? Teamwork. All the X-Men, the Professor Xavier, Storm, Cyclops, Jean Grey, Beast, Rogue and even Wolverine recognize that they need each other for mutual support and that by working together they can protect mutants and non-mutants alike from those who would do the innocent harm, even protecting non-mutants who fear […]Read more "Let’s Put the “We” into “Team!”"