Thursday, July 17, 2008

New Books on Religion in SF Acquired

In a recent attempt to build my library on the blog's central topic, I procured several tomes, some of which have begun trickling in. Here are the titles of our library's new additions:


Gabriel McKee's history of religion in science fiction.


A collection of essays on religion in science fiction.


A collection of short stories dealing with religious themes; includes classics like "A Canticle for Liebowitz," "The Cold Equations," and "The Nine Billion Names of God."


A discussion of how science fiction sometimes gives rise to new religions.


A book on how to use science fiction parables in Christian sermons (ugh).


Deals with apocalyptic visions in science fiction.
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