[...] in another article on the topic, this time in Christianity Today, James Herrick claimed that, in the spate of religious science fiction over the last few years, readers get "a taste of transcendence without the moral accountability or costly interpersonal commitments of a church." [...] the default presumption was that all creeds are shams. [...] there were stories like Robert A. Heinlein's "If This Goes On-," about a rebellion against a tyrannical church that has taken over America.\n Moore's Law (the number of transistors that can be placed on a computer chip doubles every two years) has described the exponential advances in the computer industry, but other areas of technology have not advanced at a similar rate.
Science Friction Robert R Chase First Things; Apr 2010; 202; Docstoc pg. 29 Reproduced with permission of the
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