An absorbing and accessible account of the effects of disease and pandemics on human history, from the ancient to the modern world. From R.S. Bray, Introduction, Armies of Pestilence (Cambridge: The Lutterworth Press: 2020), pp.11 Order now for a 15% discount. Of all the human diseases which will be considered in this book only one thought to… Continue reading Armies of Pestilence
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From David Dickinson, ‘Science Fiction: ‘Anything believed gains a measure of reality’, Make-Believe (Cambridge: The Lutterworth Press, 2020), pp.44-47. Pre-order here. ‘I believe in one God, the Father, the Almighty, maker of heaven and earth, of all that is, seen and unseen.’ So begins the Nicene Creed, a creed common to most of Christendom and… Continue reading Sci-fi and Religion