Doctor Who : Dalek. Guide for Parental Units of Geeks

Content:

The Doctor is shirtless for a scene or two. This is totally non-sexual.

Rose flirts a bit with the young guy working for Van Statten.

A handful of characters die by zapping.

Conversation starters:

Van Statten tries to use the Doctor for his own purposes, instead of letting the Doctor be in charge. How is that similar to the way we sometimes treat God?

The Dalek kills itself because it has Rose’s human DNA imprinted on its own DNA. It views itself as being corrupted by humanity. Christ took on humanity willingly. How are their two attitudes different?

Van Statten is a powerful figure in business and technology. But when he’s in the same room with the Doctor, he appears foolish and small-minded. How can we compare that to the way that self-important humans feel around God?

And what can we do with that view of God’s supremacy?

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