Tag Archives: science fiction

The Sword by Bryan Litfin

I recently received a copy of The Sword by Bryan Litfin from the LibraryThing Early Reviewers program. The Sword seeks to explore what would happen if the Bible were introduced into a society with no knowledge of God or the … Continue reading

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A Deepness in the Sky

I just finished Vernor Vinge’s book A Deepness in the Sky.  It is a loose prequel to his former novel A Fire Upon The Deep.  Both of these are great science fiction books with characters that you will love.  These … Continue reading

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Time Traveler Convention

Someone at MIT has posted information on a Time Traveler Convention that they are having. I’m not all that convinced that time travel will ever happen but the whole idea is rather interesting. The main idea of the site is … Continue reading

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Cordwainer Smith

I purchased The Rediscovery of Man: The Complete Short Science Fiction of Cordwainer Smith after reading “Christianity In the Science Fiction of ‘Cordwainer Smith’” by James Jordan. I read lots of Star Trek science fiction growing up and have liked … Continue reading

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More on Journey to Eden

I am still reading Journey to Eden. It is beginning to get more interesting. I like the science aspects but am not sure that I like the overall story and how the science is being explained. The main characters are … Continue reading

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New Book from Emerald House

I am in the midst of reading Journey to Eden. The book was given to me by the publisher as a “Science Fiction” title for the Christian market. The author is trying to promote a new understanding of time. I … Continue reading

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