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Published by Twilight Times Books in Kingsport, Tenn .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • American Science fiction,
  • American Christian fiction

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementKarina and Robert Fabian, editors
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS648.C43 I54 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25042245M
ISBN 101606192310
ISBN 109781606192313
LC Control Number2010044076

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Infinite Space, Infinite God II came out in trade paperback and e-book on November 15 from Twilight Times Books, and is available from Amazon, Barnes & Noble online, or by order from Catholic or secular bookstores. For more information, go to — Want to . Infinite Space, Infinite God II stacks up quite well against any collection of short spec-fic you're likely to find on the shelves this Christmas season. It would make a great gift for any science fiction fan on your list. This is a good read with a unique perspective and will . Infinite Space, Infinite God II spans the gamut of science fiction, from near-future dystopias to time travel to space opera, puzzles of logic to laugh-out-loud humor and against-the-clock suspense. A great read for any science fiction fan–a must-read for the Catholic sci-fi lover. Infinite Space, Infinite God, edited by Karian and Rob Fabian, is an anthology of Sci-Fi stories organized in seven chapters. Each chapter begins with an explanation of some Catholic issues with a brief summary of the stories and how the characters dealt with them/5.

  Infinite Space, Infinite God II is a collection of twelve stories that reject the “conventional wisdom” that Christianity is inherently irrational and anti-science, that a spacefaring mankind will shed its religion, like a butterfly discarding its chrysalis, and that any intelligent life we discover will not be religious in any meaningful.   In this second book, the stories tended to focus more on individuals and their struggles, using Catholicism as the context through which we view them. I found Infinite Space, Infinite God II to be a stronger set of stories overall and one that I could recommend unreservedly to non-Catholics because the overall themes ran strongly to a general.   Infinite Space, Infinite God II spans the gamut of science fiction, from near-future dystopias to time travel to space opera, puzzles of logic to laugh-out-loud humor and against-the-clock suspense. A great read for any science fiction fan–a must-read for the Catholic sci-fi lover. Good Science Fiction is hard to come by.   Infinite Space, Infinite God II was released in with Dyads marketed as a sequel to Mask of the Ferret. Both Ken and I are very proud of our contributions, especially since Mask of the Ferret was in the running for an award by the Washington Science Fiction Association in Author: Alan Loewen.