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A Case of Conscience James Blish

A Case of Conscience By James Blish

A Case of Conscience by James Blish

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James Blish's seminal treatment of religion in SF, an award winning precursor to 'The Sparrow'.

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A Case of Conscience by James Blish

Father Ramon Ruiz-Sanchez S.J., is a part of a four man scientific commission to the planet Lithia, there to study a harmonious society of aliens living on a planets which is a biologist's paradise. He soon finds himself troubled: how can these perfect beings, living in an apparent Eden, have no conception of sin or God? If such a sinless Eden has been created apart from God, then who is responsible?

About James Blish

SALES POINTS - No.30 in the Millennium SF Masterworks series, a library of the finest science fiction ever written. - Winner of the Hugo Award in 1959 - 'Brilliants as fireworks' J. D. Scott, Sunday Times - 'Blish brings to this case of conscience one of the most powerful intellects - and one of the most diverse stories of knowledge, I would say - ever to apply itself to science fiction' Brian Aldiss

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A Case of Conscience by James Blish
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