“Future readers, a century or two out, might make the mistake of calling the twentieth century a truly Christian literary age, because the only writers from that age still being read are overwhelmingly Christian. ‘Ah,’ they will say—‘a golden age of the Christian faith, when giants walked the earth. Not like today . . .’ They will know nothing of all the schlock our age produced” (Writers to Read, p. 14).
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Star Trek will still be around, Asimov, a little of Heinlein. Maybe dune, but you might be right.