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At last! Stories where the Catholic Church and science cooperate, priests are heroes, and faith gives people the strength to act upon their convictions. In the tradition of the award-winning Infinite Space, Infinite God I, Infinite Space, Infinite God II offers solid sci-fi and life-affirming faith. Praise for Infinite Space, Infinite God I "What a great book! ...stories t...more
Paperback, 262 pages
Published November 15th 2010 by Paladin Timeless Books
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Catholic science fiction
3rd out of 14 books — 11 voters
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Catholic Themed Speculative Fiction
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Nov 06, 2013 Werner rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Science fiction fans
Recommended to Werner by: My Goodreads friend Andrew
April 6, 2011
My copy of this anthology was a gift, earlier this year, from one of the included authors, my friend (on and off of Goodreads) Andrew Seddon. (I see that as of today, the above Goodreads entry doesn't have all the contributors listed, so I'll try to remedy that when time permits!) As the description suggests, the stories here are science fiction from a Christian, and specifically Roman Catholic --or at least Catholic-compatible; not all the authors represented are themselves of that...more
Julie Davis
For an upcoming blog tour, this is a review copy.

Way back in 2008, I reviewed Infinite Space, Infinite God, an anthology of science fiction centered on Catholicism. In some ways we cannot avoid comparing a second volume to the first. In fact, editors Karina and Robert Fabian do the same in the introduction when they point out that the first anthology had stories centering more on the Church as an institution. In this second book, the stories tended to focus more on individuals and their struggl...more
Nicole Langan
Nuns in outer space? Churches in virtual reality? Priests as robots? Sometimes the most unlikely pairings lead to the most interesting literary achievements. In INFINITE SPACE, INFINITE GOD II, the creativity of science fiction is merged with the morality of Catholicism. The result is a collection of 12 short stories edited by the husband and wife team of Rob and Karina Fabian. While fun and imaginative, the anthology forces the reader to confront some serious issues. Would a human clone have a...more
Fred Warren
Infinite Space, Infinite God II is a collection of twelve stories that reject the "conventional wisdom" that Christianity is inherently irrational and anti-science, that a spacefaring mankind will shed its religion, like a butterfly discarding its chrysalis, and that any intelligent life we discover will not be religious in any meaningful sense.

Ultimately, though, these are stories about people-ordinary people of faith thrust into extraordinary situations. Their faith guides their actions, and i...more
Jeff Miller
I had just recently read the first Infinite Space, Infinite God and I was looking forward to this one.

While there is also much to like in this selection of stories, to my mind it was not quite as good of collection as the first one and a little darker. Still the stories were worth reading as a whole and I can't really put my finger on why I liked this collection less than the first.

Matthew Green

I enjoyed this as much as the first anthology of the same name - which is to say, I really liked it! I would love to see some of these stories made into movies...
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If there’s such a thing as ADD of the imagination, Karina Fabian has it—in spades. Craft books, devotionals, serious science fiction, comedic horror and chilling fantasy—she follows her interests and the characters that tell her their stories.

Even before she could write, Karina strung tall tales about everything from making human pyramids in Kindergarten to visiting alien worlds. Her first attempt...more
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