"Cylons can teach humans a thing or two about theological anthropology. Mongé-Greer provides an enjoyable and intriguing commentary to Battlestar Galactica, taking readers beyond the space drama, focusing our attention on the religious discourse lying at the heart of the series. Fans and students alike will enjoy binge-watching BSGwhile exploring important questions like 'Who is God?' and 'What does it mean to be human?'"

--Michael Wingert, Holy Transfiguration College, Agora University

"So Say We All is an excellent guide to the details of religious and ethical themes in Battlestar Galactica. Season by season, story by story, and character by character, Mongé-Greer highlights the issues the show raises and explores them insightfully in a manner that is accessible to any fan. Reading her book will make you want to go back and watch the show again to see what new thoughts and insights emerge as a result."

--James McGrath, Butler University

"So Say We All offers Battlestar Galactica fans an engaging exploration of the intersections of science fiction and religion in the four-season television series.Mongé-Greer presents the complex ways in which this fantastic story world functions as discursive space for answering our own questions about the nature of the divine, the ethics of creation, and the duty to self and other."

--Kate Koppy, New Economic School