I said I might have to do this. It turned out that the heathen book was just as bad as the so-called Christian book, BUT it was more religious. The Xian [the X is the Chi of Chi Rho—symbol of Jesus Christ] book saw the aliens as an attacking force to be resisted. Silly, maybe. Non-biblical, certainly. But the heathen book actually looked at it as the religious savior often seen by science as it looks desperately for answers. I say religious because it takes a lot more faith to believe in a superior alien technology who will save us than it does to just believe in Jesus.
Like my wife and I are fond of commenting. Anything but Jesus—no matter how illogical.
They were both entertaining stories. Here the non-Xian book was actually more fun in that it was more positive and uplifting. It got a little more raunchy, but it still was cleaner than the Xian book.
So, two fun reads. I won’t mention either by name, to avoid embarrassment to either. I wouldn’t really recommend either of them—though they did feed my reading addiction for a couple of nights.
- Clean fiction & Christian fiction are not synonymous (radiqx.com)