As our Very Spidey Geekmas continues, Celeste takes a look at the paths of Norman Osborn and Peter Parker as presented in Spiderman 2002. The paths each man took were of their own choice, but the affect of those paths touch everyone. How do your decisions affect others?
Some, unfortunately, try to escape [Life situations] by doing things that either immediately or in the long run, cause them serious harm. They need someone to reach out to them. They need someone like Captain Janeway who says, “Nope! Not on my ship.”
As Christians, who are also geeks we are in a similar situation. We know the ways of righteousness, we know Jesus loves us. We know He loves everyone else and longs for them to choose salvation through Him. We also speak the language of geek. We know who the Borg are, who Kakarot is, we know what it means to be a Weeb, or a Brown-coat or a Trekkie/Trekker. And as a result, we have the potential to do something on a catastrophic level in the geek culture. We get to show them Jesus, who he really is, and how much he really loves us and them.
This week on Comm Talk Dallas and special guest Ben Avery (Comic book writer and Host of Strangers and Aliens) talk about Star Trek Generations! What did we like? What did we not like? What were some deeper things we saw in the film? Why does Ben believe it is a Christmas movie?! These questions and much more answered soon!
For our final Geek Devotion of Geekmas 2017, special guest Ben Avery, host of Strangers and Aliens Podcast, talks about Star Trek Generations and how it applies to us!