Episcop-Aliens February 6, 2017


I couldn’t resist sharing this meme, falling as it does at the intersection of religion and science fiction.

I would also like to seize this opportunity to thank Episcopalians for their efforts on behalf of aliens in the terrestrial sense – refugees and immigrants. And I should mention as well that in my book Theology and Science Fiction, I explore a neglected intersection of the Bible and science fiction: reading the Bible’s mentions of “aliens” in a science fictional sense. I had no idea when I wrote the book that the subjects of refugees and immigrants would be to the fore in the way that it is…


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  • Darach Conneely

    Since the first part of episcop-aliens means ‘over-seer’, doesn’t that imply these aliens are observing us from above?
    But rather than panic, Christians should remember just how great the great commission is. Mark 16:15 Go into all the cosmos (kosmos) and preach the gospel to every creature.

  • myklc

    Sheep in another pasture?

    • ‘God’ of Evolution banned me. He didn’t appreciate discussion.

      I found 30 to 40 books, on Evolution and Cosmology. I haven’t found my source books on Cosmogony.