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You Can Enjoy Soul; it is Not Heresy

Soul's vision of the afterlife doesn't jive with the Bible, but its message does in many ways.

Sacrificing Everything for Science in Dr. Stone

Dr. Stone warns that things, like science, don't give loyalty or love, and so people must be careful in how they invest their own into them.

Nerds: Make Room for Rest in the New Year

After a stressful year and a stressful start to 2021, Adam Clodfelter encourages nerds to make time for rest.

19 Good Things About 2020

The writers of LTN want to highlight some of their favorite nerdy things about 2020 that helped them get through all their unfavorite things about 2020.

The Uniting Power of Vulnerability in “The Rescue”

Din Djarin was self-serving and outcasted when he set out with Grogu, but the season 2 finale shows that vulnerable love breaks boundaries.

Building Bridges with Compassion in “The Believer”

Just as the Skywalker saga is defined by the power of compassion, so too is The Mandalorian with empathy and a second chance for Mayfeld.

Creed of Integrity in “The Tragedy”

Asia reflects on an old warrior reminding a young one of a shared conviction in "The Tragedy"

Keeping the Gadgets Fun: 3 Tips to Keep Your Kids Safe Online this Christmas

Christmas means kids asking for new tech gifts and to spend more time online. Here are some tips to help keep your kids safe.

A Look Back on Doomsday Clock: When Light Broke into the World of Watchmen

Not only is Doomsday Clock is a worthy continuation to the Watchmen narrative but also a redemptive story not unlike that of the Bible.

Overcoming Fear in “The Jedi”

In The Mandalorian episode "The Jedi," fear is all-encompassing, especially with attachment; however, love can be the very key to conquer it.