In part one, resident parasite-in-training John Shea shows us how even the rude and nasty parts of creation are both good and beautiful.
Car Talk may be going off the air, but our John Shea has an idea for a replacement.
Taking his cue from the perspective skewing (skewering?) of comedy musicians, John Shea challenges our assumptions about atheists and atheism.
Speaking as a parasitologist, John Shea thinks that tapeworms, rats, and – yes – even feces have something to teach us. (Just not over dinner.)
Does the pursuit of scientific truth lead to Truth? Does the pursuit of nature’s beauty lead to Beauty? John Shea tells us his own story of God in nature.
As TJP’s resident geek (okay, one of many) John Shea hit the road over President’s day weekend to attend the annual Dr. Who convention. Did donning the costume of a Dr. Who character spur any of his holy desires to put on the the life of Christ?
Who is Doctor Who? Regular essayist John Shea shares his experience of being a long-term fan of the longest running sci-fi drama on television.