Jottings on science, religion, technology, pop culture and faith from the Antipodes.


Doctorin’ the Tardis

Temporal shifting (time travel) is the name of the game over the last few days. One minute I’m reading about science and religion interaction in the 19th century, then the 20th and then the 21st. Catching up on cyberculture and post/humanism too and the flicking back to looking at the etymology of “selem” (image) and “demuth” (likeness) in the Hebrew Scriptures. And reading bits of Justin Martyr’s (100-165 CE) comments on the physical body in relation to the image of God.

Tomorrow (hopefully) will be spent firmly in 2004 for most of the day.

BTW: Title taken from the No. 1 hit (June 1988) Doctorin’ the Tardis by the Timelords.

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