What can the Church learn from Doctor Who? (Part 2)

If you haven’t guessed, this is a follow up to last weeks “What can the Church learn from Doctor Who?” I could explain the existence of a second part by saying something about the high quality ideas that came from Twitter… but lets face it. All the best Doctor Who episodes are over multiple episodes.

So… what else can the Church learn from Doctor Who?

Please bear in mind that these are lessons from Doctor Who. Any problem with the content of these lessons? Take it up with The Shadow Proclamation.

Warning. There are monsters ahead…

Remember not everyone can get up stairs.

Remember your history.


Season 1 Episode 1 – An Unearthly Child by elviscudd

Remember, not everyone knows the words to the worship songs.

 

Remember. Time Doesn’t flow in a straight line.

See Psalm 22, also the “quick last point” in many sermons.

Remember, death isn’t the end of the story.

Remember, do the best you can.

Any other ideas out there?

In case you’ve missed hearing about it, the new series of Doctor Who starts this Saturday.

 

One Reply to “What can the Church learn from Doctor Who? (Part 2)”

  1. What in the world is this all about? “Who” has ‘gone off the deep end’ here, and entered the world of pure “fantasy”, as opposed to sticking with the “truth of the word of God”?

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