Science fiction writers got religion in the 1960s. Or at least their books did.
Back in the so-called Golden Age of sci-fi, which roughly spanned from the 1930s to the early Cold War years, the writers who churned out stories for the pulp magazines didn't worry much about the creeds and dogmas of the bug-eyed monsters from outer space and other strange l…
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