In Jerry Oltion’s “Judgment Passed” Noah’s ark is mentioned numerous times which assimilates to Oltion’s work as an allegory for the Christian salvation. The character Jody explains to Greger that the astronauts are possibly the next Ark. Jody states “We were all set to start our own colony, after all. We’re the best genetic stock the UN Space Authority could find, and we’ve got more fertilized ova in the freezer. Maybe God decided it would be a ...
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