Celebrating the 40th anniversary of Return of the Jedi

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Subj: Re: Regarding the post about Babylon 5
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    ...and there was this awesome scene in season one where Command Sinclair lined up what looked like a hundred men and women who represented religions and beliefs from all over Earth, among them an Atheist.


That was especially thought-provoking in light of the show's dominant story line, which could be summarized as a religious war between the Vorlons and the Shadows, one worshipping order, the other chaos. JMS depicted an optimistic view of our human future. The many religions had learned to get along with one another. Yet the same could not be said for the greater cosmos.

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