Cheese-Wearing Theology is inspired by an episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. The episode was meant to be post-modern, symbolic and deeply profound. Instead, it ended up just being weird. The episode included a character who walked around saying “I wear the cheese, it does not wear me.” This blog is like the cheese-wearer: an attempt to be profound and abstract, but in reality it’s just random and weird.

My name is Amanda MacInnis.

I am a PhD student at Wycliffe College, the University of Toronto.

I have an M.A. (Theological Studies) from Briercrest College and Seminary
I have worked in church ministry for over a decade (worship, pastoring, preaching, vision planning, youth ministry).
I have been accused, and rightly so, of being both a Trekkie and a Whedonite.
Yes, I have attended Star Trek conventions. No, I do not dress as a “Red Shirt” or a Klingon (or a Ferengi, or a Borg, or a…)
I am Canadian.
I am a gamer.
I am me.