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Theology in Genre Fiction 2018
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Posted 2018-01-01 6:07 AM (#16600)
Subject: Theology in Genre Fiction 2018
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Many genre books contain theological elements, in some form or another. For this challenge, choose books that the theological subgenre label could apply to. And check out the books tagged with "theological subgenre" here on Worlds Without End (though there are many qualifying books not included). How you interpret the challenge is up to you.

Share what you plan to read - or have read - for this challenge. Offer recommendations or request some ideas from your fellow challengers. And remember......this is a book discussion, not a religious debate. Please play nice, everybody!

Edited by dalex 2018-01-01 6:11 AM
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