Nonprofit Communications Report
Take TV viewers on trips through time and space for 50 years and you’re going to pick up some admirers—including some scholarly ones. That’s what’s happened with Doctor Who, the British series that is celebrating 50 years this month.Two of the show’s fans—Butler University Professor of Religion James McGrath and Andrew Crome, a lecturer in the history of modern Christianity at the University of Manchester (England)—have compiled a new book, Time and Relative Dimensions in Faith: Religion and Doctor Who, in which 19 scholars who also are Doctor Who fans weigh in on how the longest-running science fiction series in television history deals with religious topics.
‘This is a peer reviewed version of the following article:
Allen, Marc and James McGrath. "Professor McGrath Offers a Scholarly Take On Religion and Doctor Who." Nonprofit Communications Report 12.10 (2014): 4,
which has been published in final form at: 10.1002/npcr.20022. This article may be used for non-commercial purposes in accordance With Wiley Terms and Conditions for self-archiving'.
Allen, Marc and James McGrath. "Professor McGrath Offers a Scholarly Take On Religion and Doctor Who." Nonprofit Communications Report 12.10 (2014): 4. doi: 10.1002/npcr.20022. Available from: http://digitalcommons.butler.edu/facsch_papers/442