Harrison Dulin writes, “The second season of the anime television series Dr. Stone wrapped up in March, and as someone entrenched in the worlds of science and anime, I loved watching a show that brings the two together (especially after watching Cells at Work). Dr. Stone has all the traditional components of a good anime combined with insights into the natural world, which makes it a delight for both anime fans and science lovers. But as a scientist, I was presented with a question after watching a scene from the show: Is science worth dying for?”
This Postmodern Realities episode is a conversation with Journal author Harrison Dulin about his article in the current issue of the Christian Research Journal, “Martyr of Science? A Reflection on the Anime Dr. Stone”. Available as your first issue (July 2021) when you subscribe, click here to find out more.
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