howard at brazee.net
Mon Nov 28 23:51:39 GMT 2016
> On Nov 28, 2016, at 3:52 PM, Matthew George <matt.msg at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'd say that Bujold didn't want to make the books about religion - but so
> many of the stories are about religious thought, if not any particular one,
> that can't be truly said. By and large the characters don't actually seem
> to have religious affiliations. They have cultural references, and
> occasionally cast philosophical musings in religious terms. But although
> Leo Graf's ethical thinking clearly derives from a culturally-Christian
> background, there's no real evidence that he's a believer, or even attends
> services. Eli shows no signs of believing in the various gods she
> invokes. Does Cordelia go to church at all?
It is interesting that we have a ruler who is comforted in not believing in an afterlife.
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