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"It's a time-travel story -- or rather, it's a story set in a world where time travel is as common as air travel is in our world."

Interesting. The featured story in the very first MF&SF I ever read (Jan '79, which I picked out of a trash heap in Ocean Grove, NJ), had the same theme.

" (If anyone is offended by this . . . it's just a short science fiction story. Christianity has survived greater threats.)"

I think it's pretty cool myself. It seems that if anyone was going to notice and complain, it would be a PZ Myers type calling you a crypto-faithhead.

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