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Humanity becoming gods?: the dreams and fears of science fiction.

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St Andrew's Methodist Church Hall

Pump Street

Off the High Street

Worcester

WR1 2QT

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Science fiction is the literature of our age, questioning human origins, destiny and our relationship to what is not us, be it the universe, aliens, animals, robots that serve or…... super-intelligent cyborgs. In a “world without God”, will humans themselves become gods or become victims of their worst nightmares?

Stephen May, science fiction fan and former lecturer in Systematic Theology at the University of Auckland, is author of Stardust and Ashes: Science Fiction in Christian Perspective (1998)


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How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Please call 01905 767090

Is it necessary to book in advance?

No, but it guarantees your place.

Is there an age limit?

The talk is aimed at those between ages 16 and 25, but if you're younger or older and would like to come along, you're very welcome!

What will happen during the evening?

There will be an interactive presentation, followed by open discussion, and time to enjoy refreshments, which will include drinks, savoury snacks and cakes.

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St Andrew's Methodist Church Hall

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WR1 2QT

United Kingdom

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