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A Wrinkle in Heaven
Can the spiritual dimensions of reality be probed by science?
‘Blade Runner 2049’ Finds Hope Within Its Bleak Dystopia
Denis Villeneuve's ambitious sequel is a life-affirming spectacle of noir and neon.
Friend, Have You Heard the Good News About the Simulation Hypothesis?
Why a sci-fi idea championed by Elon Musk and others is an opportunity for Christians.
‘Discovery’ May Be the ‘Star Trek’ that Gets Humanity Right
In its next chapter, the classic sci-fi series looks to clear the blind spots from its utopian vision.
In ‘Alien: Covenant,’ the March of Progress Ends in DeathSubscriber Access Only
Ridley Scott's sci-fi franchise is as gruesome as ever—but this time, the horror feels disturbingly human.
When ‘Mass Effect Andromeda’ Bombed, I Had to Rethink HumilitySubscriber Access Only
Watching a beloved video game franchise crash and burn challenged my gut reaction to disappointment.
Arrival’s Terrifying Vision of a Global ‘Unfriending’
Although caused by aliens, the breakdown in communication in Arrival feels all too familiar.
What 'No Man's Sky' and C. S. Lewis Tell Us About the Spirit of Our Age
The recent hit sci-fi video game promises an infinite galaxy to explore. Is that enough?
The Imago Dei Meets Superhuman PotentialSubscriber Access Only
Our theology offers a humble counterbalance to the high-tech push for progress.
Faith In the Wibbly Wobbly Universe of Doctor WhoSubscriber Access Only
How this sci-fi show won over a theology geek like me.
Can Our Art Deal With Our World?Subscriber Access Only
There's more of it than ever before, and part of the problem is ours.
OblivionSubscriber Access Only
Both Oblivion and Upstream Color are successful at their very different aims, even though neither does the job of great science fiction.
Upstream ColorSubscriber Access Only
Both Oblivion and Upstream Color are successful at their very different aims, even though neither does the job of great science fiction.
The Men Behind the MythsSubscriber Access Only
Short profiles of Olaf Stapledon, Erich von Däniken, Ray Kurzweil, Freeman Dyson, and Lee M. Silver.
Sci-Fi's Brave New WorldSubscriber Access Only
How the genre draws us to its own views of redemption.
Shedding Light on The Dark TowerSubscriber Access Only
A C.S. Lewis mystery is solved.
Human Nature on TrialSubscriber Access Only
Tomorrow's "godlike massively intelligent machines." Plus: Our nanotech future and some good news on stem cells that really work.
Sacred StorySubscriber Access Only
With the pen as his pulpit, George MacDonald used fiction to show the relevance of scriptural truth to the problems of his age.
Victorian VisionariesSubscriber Access Only
George MacDonald's friends worked to reform society, challenge the church, and inspire the imagination.

Top Story August 4, 2020

N. T. Wright: The Pandemic Should Make Us Humble—and Practical
N. T. Wright: The Pandemic Should Make Us Humble—and Relentlessly Practical
We can’t know for sure why it’s happening or how to stop it. But Scripture calls us to grieve with God’s Spirit and get to work serving others.

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