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Science Fiction (Summer 2020)

‘The Spiritual Borders of Sci-Fi’: C.S. Lewis and A Voyage to Arcturus
Jason Monroe on One of C.S. Lewis’s Greatest Inspirations

Alicia Pollard on the Consequences of the Iron Order

Illustrating Faith
Josiah Peterson on Faith in The Ransom Trilogy

Gender, Not Sex: Presentation of Gender Roles in Lewis’s The Ransom Trilogy
Annie Nardone on the Harmonious Relationship of Masculinity and Femininity

Spacemen without Chests? Virtue and Technology in Star Trek and Dune
Seth Myers on the Relevance of C.S. Lewis in Popular Science Fiction

Gremlins and the Second Way
Carla Alvarez on Creation and Causation

To Infinity and Beyond? Science Fiction, Imagination, and Education
Douglas LeBlanc on Improving Our Grasp of God

Time Travelers
Laurie Grube on a Journey Together

The Autumn People: How Love and Laughter Conquer Evil in Ray Bradbury’s Something Wicked This Way Comes
Megan Joy Rials on Goodness, Sacrifice, and Community

Materialism and Midichlorians: Pantheism, Naturalism, and Hope in Star Wars
Zak Schmoll on the Apologetic Value of a Galaxy Far, Far Away

Imagining Morality:  Alasdair Macintyre’s Virtue Theory & Neil Gaiman’s American Gods
Sean Hadley on Moral Development in Speculative Fiction

Excerpt from Note to Self
Donald Catchings on the Perils of Changing Time

Book Review: Brandon Sanderson’s Starsight Neglects Philosophy in Favor of Politics
Christy Luis on the Need for Philosophical Depth

Ethics of The Matrix
Carla Alvarez on the Insufficiency of Relativism

What Makes Us Human – Observations on Blade Runner
Annie Nardone on the Mystery of Human-ness

Personhood in Altered Carbon: The Body as Fundamental
Cherish Nelson on the Dangers of Diminishing the Body

To Save a Life
Zak Schmoll on Finding Resolution