LDSF 2 – Latter-day Science Fiction – edited by Benjamin Urrutia

Title: LDSF 2 – Latter-day Science Fiction
Series: LDSF
Number in Series: 2 (two)
Author(s): Michael R. Collings, Avram Davidson, Philip José Farmer, Cynthia Goldstone, Merle H. Graffam, Yusuf Haddad, Christophilos Hagios, Rudyard Kipling, Addie Lacoe, Erudil Menashy, Wayne Mykals, Peter C. Nadig, Hugh W. Nibley, William W. Phelps, Parley P. Pratt, D. William Shunn, Scott S. Smith, Robert Louis Stevenson, Sandy Straubhaar, John A. Tvedtnes, Benjamin Urrutia, Jack Weyland, author unknown
Editor(s): Benjamin Urrutia
Cover Artist: n/a
Language: English
Publisher: Parables
Published: 1985
ISBN-10: 0961496010
ISBN-13: 9780961496015
Notes: ISBN on the back cover and on the copyright page is”09611496002″, which is invalid as it’s one digit too long. The correct ISBN is listed above.
Contents:
   “Introduction: Science Fiction and the Gospel” by Hugh W. Nibley
   “Pebble in Time” by Avram Davidson and Cynthia Goldstone
   “Something in It” by Robert Louis Stevenson
   “Joseph Smith’s Dialogue With the Devil” by Parley P. Pratt
   “A Glimpse of the Millennium” by unknown
   “Haun-ting” by Addie Lacoe
   “The Grave of the King” by Yusuf Haddad
   “The Interrogation” by unknown
   “Stowaway” by Merle H. Graffam
   “Toward the Beloved City” by Philip José Farmer
   “Millennial End” by Addie Lacoe
   “Parables of the World: The Talents; The Two Sons; Pearls Before Swine; The King, the Princess and the Books” by Erudil Menashy
   “Heinlein and the Latter-day Saints” by Benjamin Urrutia
   “The Light of Eden” by Benjamin Urrutia
   “Ad Astra Per Fidem” (poem) by Michael R. Collings
   “If You Could Hie to Kolob” (poem) by William W. Phelps
   “More Extraterrestials: Review of ‘Strategie der Gotter, Das Acte Weltwunder’ by Erich von Daniken” by Peter C. Nadig
   “The Children of Michael” by Scott S. Smith
   “Religous Themes in American Science Fiction” by John A. Tvedtnes
   “The Theology of Battlestar Galactica” by John A. Tvedtnes
   “Reviews: The Force That Can Be Explained is Not the True Force; The Dark Side of the Force; He Who Dies But Does Not Perish, The Same Has Everlasting Life” by Benjamin Urrutia
   “The Management Switches Over to Plan B” by Sandy Straubhaar
   “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” by Jack Weyland
   “Cut Without Hands” by William Shunn
   “The Late Twentieth Century” by Christophilos Hagios
   “The Conversion of Aurelian McGoggin” by Rudyard Kipling
   “A Midsummer Morning’s Nightmare” by Wayne Mykals

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