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The Religious Affiliation of
popular science fiction author
James Blish: Blish was a pioneer in the treatment of religion as a serious topic in science fiction writing. His Hugo-award-winning A Case of Conscience is considered one of the classics in science fiction which explores religious themes. Blish was both Anglican and atheist during his lifetime. His was an Anglican background, and he embraced Anglicanism late in life and was buried Anglican. But he apparently was an atheist during most of his SF-writing career.
Webpage created 28 July 2005. Last modified 28 July 2005.
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