Posted May 24, 2018 07:53:17 A new book, Religion and Philosophy, takes a look at how the science behind the science-fiction genre has evolved over the past century.
It offers a clear-cut overview of how science fiction and fantasy has evolved from its early days as a genre, and explores how that evolution has changed over time.
Religion and philosophy is co-authored by author Michael Hodge, a science historian and philosophy professor at the University of Stirling, and Andrew J. Blyth, the head of the Royal Society’s Department of Philosophy.
The book also examines how science and religion have become interwoven, with the former often becoming more intertwined with science and the latter more intertwined in religious beliefs.
The authors have also looked at how science, as a whole, has changed in the past 200 years, looking at how scientists have changed their views on religion over time and how their views have changed over that time.
The first book in this series, Religion in Science Fiction, looked at the first five decades of the twentieth century.
Hodge and Blyst point to the rise of science fiction as an opportunity to examine the history of religion in science fiction, particularly as it relates to religion.
They look at the early work of science writers such as Isaac Asimov and Arthur C. Clarke.
They also point to science fiction that emerged as a result of the Cold War, as well as other works by authors such as Heinlein and H. G. Wells.
They point out that science fiction has been influential on the way we think about religion.
It’s also helped to give rise to some of the world’s most influential religious thinkers, such as Arthur C