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In a galaxy of many great wonders and greater powers, faith has sometimes been dismissed as the province of children and fools. How might rational individuals like Mike Spirodopoulos and SigCat AU residents Skrain Dukat and Hirhul Mendral maintain their belief when faced with all of the various powers and principalities of the Trekiverse?<p>

This is one exploration of how it could be, as seen through the lens of the Sigils and Unions universes.</p>

Rated: K+
Categories: Meta, Essays and Everything Else Characters: None
Genre: None
Warnings: None
Challenges: None
Series: Star Trek: Sigils and Unions Background Information
Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Word count: 8310 Read: 1353
Published: 25 Apr 2010 Updated: 25 Apr 2010
Story Notes:

Author's Warning: If you are offended by my point of view, please don't flame...please either express your thoughts in a civil manner or find reading that is more to your liking.

1. The Powers That Be: A Religious Cosmology in the Trekiverse by Nerys Ghemor [Reviews - 3] Liked (8310 words)