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Theology from outer space

John Saxbee considers a sampler of sci-fi and religion in dialogue

Religion and Science Fiction
James F. McGrath, editor
Lutterworth Press £17.75

IF IT can be said that religion has a rhetoric of its own that sometimes seems to morph into gobbledegook, then science fiction (sci-fi) is always on hand to keep it company. And if sci-fi is an acquired taste, there is also that about religion which ...

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