Arthur C. Clarke’s ‘Pantheist’ WWII Dog Tags

Arthur C. Clarke was one of my favorite authors growing up. I never read his war-themed 'Glide Path', but I was aware that he had served in WWII. I had no idea that he rebelled against the RAF's liberal application of the "Church of England" on its service members. Clarke demanded that the RAF reprint his dog tags with 'pantheist' instead of 'Church of England'. He said that organized religion was basically antithetical to the scientific method. Personally, I don't see how 'pantheist' escapes … [Read more...]


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