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Infinite Space, Infinite God by Karina L. Fabian & Robert A. Fabian (Editors)
Review by Colleen Cahill
Twilight Times Books Paperback  ISBN/ITEM#: 9781933353623
Date: 15 August 2007 List Price $18.95 Amazon US / Amazon UK

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Religion has not been a stranger to science fiction. From Arthur C. Clarke's The Nine Billion Names of God to Gene Wolfe's The Book of the New Sun, the nature of God and humanities' relationship to the Almighty has been explored in this genre. But there is always room for more, especially for an anthology like Infinite Space, Infinite God, which focuses on Catholic science fiction. The twenty-two stories in this work bring together some very interesting fiction from several talented authors, ones you might not be familiar with but whose work you certainly will enjoy.

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Product Description: Come explore the worlds of Infinite Space, Infinite God. Meet genetically engineered chimeras and aliens who wonder what a human religion holds for them. Share the doubts, trials and triumphs of humans who find their journeys in time and space are also journeys in faith. Experience spine-tingling adventure. Marvel at technological miracles--and miracles that transcend technology--and meet the writers who made a leap of faith and dared to incorporate familiar religion with fantastic universes. Entertaining and thought-provoking, Infinite Space, Infinite God represents the best in SF tradition. Faith-filled fiction for readers that think.

(Source: Twilight Times Books)

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