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Implicit Religion in Popular Culture: The Case of Doctor Who

Table of Contents


Implicit Religion in Popular Culture: The Case of Doctor Who PDF
Andrew Crome 439-455


The Impossible Pit: Satan, Hell, and Teaching with Doctor Who PDF
Holly A. Jordan 457-469
Explicit and Implicit Religion in Doctor Who and Star Trek PDF
James F. McGrath 471-484
The Doctor’s Original Face: Watching Doctor Who Episodes as Buddhist Koans PDF
Ann Matsuuchi , Alexander Lozupone 485-497
Nothing Will Ever Be The Same Again: Exploring Faith, Doubt, and the Disciple Journey of a Companion to the Doctor PDF
Jasper Peters 499-506
Doctor Who and Immortality: Influence of Christian and Buddhist Ethics PDF
Leena Vuolteenaho 507-516
Doctor Who and the Iconographic Search for an Ecstatic Human Religious Experience PDF
Stacy Embry 517-525
“As We See, So We Learn’: Doctor Who as Religious Education PDF
Owen D. Edwards 527-540
Into the Arms of Dr Who: Implicit Religion and a Cowboy’s Redemption PDF
William Keenan 541-564
Screenwriters as Theologians: Doctor Who’s Scope for Theological Exploration PDF
Caroline Symcox 565-574


Afterword: The Hope of the Doctor PDF
Matt Hills 575-578

Book Reviews

The Humanism of Doctor Who: A Critical Study in Science Fiction and Philosophy, by David Layton. McFarland & Company, 2012. 364pp, Pb. $40.00, ISBN-13: 9780786466733; Ebook, No price given, ISBN-13: 9780786489442 PDF
Francis Bridger 579-581

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