A popular atheist meme claims that there are no Christians on Star Trek “because it’s the future.” But are there really no Christians on Star Trek? David Wood discusses the episode “Bread and Circuses,” where Captain Kirk, Mr. Spock, and Dr. McCoy are captured by twentieth-century Romans, forced to fight in televised gladiator contests, and introduced to a strange, but familiar, religion.
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What’s better, Star Trek or Star Wars?
The Next Generation, Picard gave Data a Bible, so…
Can you give a review and comment on the 2nd season episode “METAMORPHIS”. I think it is a wonderful description, in art form, of YAHWEH’S/YESHUA’S agape love for His people.
twentieth century televised roman gladiatorial combat, don’t worry people are still dumb on that planet
The point about the significance of Uhura’s reaction is worthy of everyone’s attention. It does define the contribution of Christianity.
It also reminded me to continue watching the original series.
Thank you and God bless!
Okay I am a hard-core Trek fan…how is it I have NEVER seen this episode!!! Interesting that GR was a Humanist and allowed this script to proceed. I wonder if they would even allow that episode on TV now:thinking:.
the problem with this pseudo mentality(that cristian values = logical value). Is that if they became logical and intelectual honest they will go back to the eugenic frenzy…
#14:50 the problem is the witch trials and public executions that some cristians used as enternement after…
You are actually defending superstition. Insanity.
Wtf . This video was not necessary.
There was also that episode where they went to that planet where those Greek god types were and Captain Kirk told them that there is only one God
“Mankind has no need for gods. We find the One quite adequate.” -James T. Kirk; Who Mourns for Adonais?
Very good video. I have seen almost every Richard Dawkins video ever put out on youtube and feel that you are a little harsh on him. He is a good man that is just angry at God. The perceived injustices of the world can do that. If he could only know God’s love, things would be different.
Didn’t like the Final Frontier though, they find God and he’s a baddie and ends up exploding
Seems the only thing that gave the go ahead for this religious script writing was that irresistible homophone -sun and son…
What’s really going to bake your noodle: is sun and Son in the English language pure coincidence?
I hate to tell this atheist that I’ve read the “Good Book” and we win in the end. And the atheist hopefully realizes that the end IS the future. LOL