We use a fairly broad definition for "science fiction" including "alternate history" stories, near-future thrillers (set "the day after tomorrow"), "sociological" SF (which extrapolates present trends, not necessarily in an attempt to predict the future, but to warn what might happen "if this goes on"), plus the more familiar settings of space travel, time travel, space opera, and a couple of subgenres which seem to be unique to Christian writing: the "End Times" thriller, and time travel stories putting modern observers into Biblical settings.
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