Tag Archive: Leonard Nimoy

“There’ll Be Whales Here!”: Star Trek IV-The Voyage Home-30 Years Later

“I think it brilliantly balanced the things I love best about Star Trek—characters and relationships, humor, adventure, and compelling commentary on important issues of our time…”

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Star Trek: Why the Franchise – and Mr. Spock – Matter

“Star Trek as a whole promoted techno-optimism…but Spock in particular helped make being a scientist…cool for countless Americans…”

Lord or Lady?: The Search for the Divine Gender

Read this exploration of the complex and controversial subject of whether God possesses a gender, drawing from various scriptural and cultural sources to formulate a Catholic hypothesis.

In Memoriam: My Dad “Spock”

For the anniversary of the death of Leonard Nimoy: Sharon Tootill shares a moving memorial to her late father, who shared more than a few similariites with the iconic Star Trek character, Mr. Spock.