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1. You've searched every corner of the Family Christian Book Store looking for quality sci-fi and fantasy books/movies/comics.

2. You wish Veggies in Space: The Fennel Frontier was a better Veggietales episode (but still enjoyed all the sci-fi references).

3. You've gotten scornful looks from people at church functions because you were wearing an anime t-shirt (with nothing inappropriate on it, of course).

4. You wish there were more high quality Christian spectualtive fiction works (in any medium) out there.

Fill in the blank with YOUR ideas (I just thought with all the crazy going on in the world right now, we could benefit from a good distraction).

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amen! :)

Felt the same about Larry-Boy and the League of Incredible Vegetables.

You know you're the lone Nerd of God when everyone else in church thinks Lord of the Rings is a touring bell choir.

Wow, scornful looks over an ungloomy shirt?... What kind of Church are you attending?

You know you're a Christian Nerd when you have to bite your tongue in a brainstorming circle of epic/cataclysmic ideas- and the first things that come to mind are along the lines of the Egyptian Plagues, Elijah the Prophet and the thundering prophecies in Revelations. ( "Um, excuse me. I'm not religious. Your ideas make me uncomfortable"  - etc. etc. )

I came up with some more:

-You've built church buildings in Minecraft.

-You've started learning Japanese with the hope of going on a mission trip to Japan to reach out to the anime fans there (or at least finding a way to reach the Japanese population).

NIce! Lol

Brien Sparling said:

You know you're the lone Nerd of God when everyone else in church thinks Lord of the Rings is a touring bell choir.

You know you're a Christian nerd when you look at art of the ark of the covenant and want to discuss how it's inaccurate according to the original directions in Exodus.

Examples:

I can't believe they put two angels without a mercy seat in the middle.

Don't they know it was all gold on top?

It was one piece of hammered gold here, wouldn't the cherubim be touching wings or something by necessity of construction?

Why aren't the wings covering the view of the seat, the instructions clearly say that they did.

Heh.   Animinister-to-the-Otaku!

K.G. Adams said:

I came up with some more:

-You've built church buildings in Minecraft.

-You've started learning Japanese with the hope of going on a mission trip to Japan to reach out to the anime fans there (or at least finding a way to reach the Japanese population).
I assume you're talking about how the Ark was portrayed in The first Indiana Jones movie? (I've never seen it so I'm just guessing.)

Brian Durham said:

You know you're a Christian nerd when you look at art of the ark of the covenant and want to discuss how it's inaccurate according to the original directions in Exodus.

Examples:

I can't believe they put two angels without a mercy seat in the middle.

Don't they know it was all gold on top?

It was one piece of hammered gold here, wouldn't the cherubim be touching wings or something by necessity of construction?

Why aren't the wings covering the view of the seat, the instructions clearly say that they did.

Nope.  I'm speaking of the actual Ark of the Covenant... the one that held mana and the ten commandments... the one described in Exodus.  A while back I was fiddling with 3d modeling it according to directions, but it was a bit much for me if I wanted to be truly accurate.  ( https://plus.google.com/u/0/+southpawami/palette )



K.G. Adams said:

I assume you're talking about how the Ark was portrayed in The first Indiana Jones movie? (I've never seen it so I'm just guessing.)

Brian Durham said:

You know you're a Christian nerd when you look at art of the ark of the covenant and want to discuss how it's inaccurate according to the original directions in Exodus.

Examples:

I can't believe they put two angels without a mercy seat in the middle.

Don't they know it was all gold on top?

It was one piece of hammered gold here, wouldn't the cherubim be touching wings or something by necessity of construction?

Why aren't the wings covering the view of the seat, the instructions clearly say that they did.

I missed the word "art" in your sentence. Sorry! :)

Brian Durham said:

Nope.  I'm speaking of the actual Ark of the Covenant... the one that held mana and the ten commandments... the one described in Exodus.  A while back I was fiddling with 3d modeling it according to directions, but it was a bit much for me if I wanted to be truly accurate.  ( https://plus.google.com/u/0/+southpawami/palette )



K.G. Adams said:

I assume you're talking about how the Ark was portrayed in The first Indiana Jones movie? (I've never seen it so I'm just guessing.)

Brian Durham said:

You know you're a Christian nerd when you look at art of the ark of the covenant and want to discuss how it's inaccurate according to the original directions in Exodus.

Examples:

I can't believe they put two angels without a mercy seat in the middle.

Don't they know it was all gold on top?

It was one piece of hammered gold here, wouldn't the cherubim be touching wings or something by necessity of construction?

Why aren't the wings covering the view of the seat, the instructions clearly say that they did.

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