Why does C.S. Lewis get more American than British love? (Hint: Who knows?) Should Christians protest every depiction of the supernatural? (Hint: No.) How can you make eyeless doll heads creepier? (Hint: Monkeys.) What’s a theology nerd to do this time of year? (Hint: Party like it’s 1517.) How do you make Star Wars more awesome? (Hint: Thomas Kincade.) Where can you find all those answers? (Hint: In today’s Door Jam.)
RNS: C.S. Lewis remains a prophet without honor in his home. The author (and inspiration of this blog) is much more respected and read in the US than the UK and Ireland.
TWD: Being a Christian today requires thought, study and prayer, not simply lashing out at anything or embracing everything. That is especially true when it comes to Halloween.
UFunk: Everything about these photos is creepy. Don’t say I didn’t warn you, but here are monkeys from Jakarta dressed as humans wearing doll heads. Seriously, it’s even creepier than it sounds. Good luck sleeping tonight.
TWD: What Reformation Day party would be complete without Reformation Day posters because even theology nerds need a holiday.
Relevant: This is awesome on so many levels. Graphic artist Roland Deschane’s gallery entitled Wars on Kincade features Star Wars scenes mixed with Thomas Kincade paintings. Yep, it’s as cool as it sounds.