Infinite Space, Infinite God II

Infinite Space Infinite God II Twelve science fiction stories featuring great adventure with a twist of faith Infinite Space Infinite God II spans the gamut of science fiction from near future dystopias to time travel to space op

  • Title: Infinite Space, Infinite God II
  • Author: Karina Lumbert Fabian Robert A. Fabian Andrew Seddon Barton Paul Levenson Tamara Wilhite Alex Lobdell Colleen Drippe' J. Sherer
  • ISBN: 9781606192313
  • Page: 491
  • Format: Paperback
  • Twelve science fiction stories featuring great adventure with a twist of faith 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 those seeking something new in their fTwelve science fiction stories featuring great adventure with a twist of faith 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 those seeking something new in their fiction The Ghosts of Kourion by Andrew Seddon A grieving professor escapes back in time to live among a doomed people Antivenin by Karina Fabian Rescue Sister Rita takes on a ship full of venomous snakes in order to save a friend An Exercise in Logic by Barton Paul Levenson How do you convince an infuriatingly logical race to stop an asteroid Cathedral by Tamara Wilhite A genetically engineered human spends the last of her tortured days righting her wrongs Otherworld by Karina Fabian Does sin really count when it s virtual The Battle of the Narthex by Alex Lobdell An alien battle in a most unusual setting tickles the funny bone and touches the heart Tenniel by Colleen Drippe The battle for souls becomes a battle to the death Tin Servants by J Sherer In order to serve his people, Paul becomes an android but can he really care for them as a tin servant Basilica by John Rundle Caprizo battles machines and thwarts an enemy armada to keep a doomsday weapon from their hands Cloned to Kill by D Mak How can a man of peace protect a clone designed to kill Frankie Phones Home by Karina Fabian A sixteen year old alien abductee calls her family on the way back for official First Contact Dyads by Ken Pick and Alan Loewen Enter the fascinating culture of the Thalendri in a story of intrigue, terrorist and religious tolerance.

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    1. April 6, 2011My copy of this anthology was a gift, earlier this year, from one of the included authors, my friend (on and off of ) Andrew Seddon. (I see that as of today, the above entry doesn't have all the contributors listed, so I'll try to remedy that when time permits!) As the description suggests, the stories here are science fiction from a Christian, and specifically Roman Catholic --or at least Catholic-compatible; not all the authors represented are themselves of that faith-- perspecti [...]

    2. For an upcoming blog tour, this is a review copy. Way back in 2008, I reviewed Infinite Space, Infinite God, an anthology of science fiction centered on Catholicism. In some ways we cannot avoid comparing a second volume to the first. In fact, editors Karina and Robert Fabian do the same in the introduction when they point out that the first anthology had stories centering more on the Church as an institution. In this second book, the stories tended to focus more on individuals and their struggl [...]

    3. 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 sense.Ultimately, though, these are stories about people-ordinary people of faith thrust into extraordinary situations. Their faith guides their actions, and i [...]

    4. I had just recently read the first Infinite Space, Infinite God and I was looking forward to this one.While there is also much to like in this selection of stories, to my mind it was not quite as good of collection as the first one and a little darker. Still the stories were worth reading as a whole and I can't really put my finger on why I liked this collection less than the first.

    5. I enjoyed this as much as the first anthology of the same name - which is to say, I really liked it! I would love to see some of these stories made into movies

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