Well yes I guess you could call it 'The XFiles of Faith.' Found the adult drama to be good with decent characterizations, attentive pacing, intriguing plot developments and some nice camera/visual work. The religious angles are interesting yet from my Christian perspective it amounts mostly to 'junk faith' - some Biblical truths mashed together with various religious and social traditions with a dash of the occult (hey is this The DaVinci Code? *lol*) Necromancy? Automatic writing? Get me Madame Seance while you're at it! I really liked the opening with John RhysDavies exploring the Big Bang and origin of life. The whole 'faith vs. science, intelligent design, prime mover' arguments in cosmology/origins are really quite interesting and glad the show is opening them up to debate. Though ripping off Sir Fred Hoyles 'junkyard/747/buckingham palace' analogy and the brilliant scientist in a wheelchair (hello Stephen Hawking) were a bit too much. With Dave Seltzer (the Omen films) at writing helm I don't expect much when detailing the truths of Biblical prophecy but the show does open up some interesting venues (faith/science) and incites good dialog regarding religious issues.