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Most science fiction literature has as its centre evolutionary humanism. Such science fiction has abandoned a belief in eternal life via Jesus Christ.
Since most science fiction writers are evolutionists or atheists or both, the great majority of science fiction is extremely evolutionary in character.
English literature of the 19th Century is often a stark portrayal of the influence of the newly emerging evolutionary theory.
We cannot fail to notice the extent to which contemporary ideas, be they political, scientific, or sociological, color the sorts of subjects and themes of the contemporary writers.
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