The Peanuts cartoon in yesterday’s paper featured Lucy expressing the view that “the theology is the same” for dogs as it is for humans. I’m less interested in the dog-related question at the moment as I am in other non-humans. Is theology the same for extraterrestrial sentient beings? For artificially intelligent machines? These are the kinds of topics my students and I have been talking about in my class on religion and science fiction. But apparently not only sci-fi, but also Charles Schultz’s famous comic strip, can get at the question of whether human theology is too anthropocentric, and whether, if it is, that is inevitable since there is no way that human beings can experience what it is like to be some other form of life.