Howdy folks. I've shared links to our Steampunk Theology project in the past, and wanted to give the link to my latest contribution. For those who wonder what a steampunk is, in short, it's a kind of literary subgenre, based in the Victorian area (though encompassing much of the world at that time) that dabbles in re-imagining and re-visioning history as if steam technology, and not fossil fuels, maintained primacy. Much of it is concerned with exploration, adventure, discovery and invention. A few fellow nerds and I have decided to bring theology into the mix.
The past few posts have taken the form of a kind of dialogue between our steampunk alter-egos (the Magus, the Ecclesiast, and me, the Alpinist - alter-ego personae are also vital to steampunk). We're trying to weave together various threads we've created in order to make an emerging overall story-arc, so if you're into this kind of thing, make sure and read the various links. It's a work in progress, so we too are "discovering" the details and connections in the story as we unearth new documents and sources!