Religion in Science Fiction Television

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Religion in Science Fiction Television

Message par jerome » dim. nov. 12, 2017 9:48 pm

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​That’s an interesting thing that can be done in science fiction and fantasy. The wormhole aliens actually do provide something of a custodial role to Bajorans much like a deity might, and in fact, one character on the show who becomes enshrined as a religious figure on Bajor discovers a close tie to them extending back before birth. The use of religion here is a departure from Trek norms, and yet it completely adds dimension and a charge to the story that would’ve been difficult to work in without that intense, visceral, emotional force that is faith.
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