Star Trek: Son of God

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From Bread and Circuses:

 

Flavius: The message of the Son, that all men are brothers, was kept from us. Perhaps I’m a fool to believe it. It does often seem that men must fight to live.

Capt. Kirk: You go on believing it, Flavius. All men are brothers.

 

 

My favorite moment of Star Trek.

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4 Comments

  1. The end of that episode is the finest in any iteration of Star Trek. Uhura: “They are not talking about the sun. They are talking about Jesus Christ!.”

  2. Captain Picard would have probably gone back and lectured them about dialogue. One of the wittier episodes and it has that great Twilight Zone stinger at the end.

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