“Time Passeth Away Like a Shadow”

Title“Time Passeth Away Like a Shadow”
Year for Search2014
AuthorsBryant, Andrew
Secondary TitleNeo-Opsis Science Fiction Magazine
Volume / EditionNo. 24
Pagination45-56
Date Published2014
KeywordsMale author
Annotation

The story begins in a climate-change dystopia in 3000 A. D. where a man visits a Christian religious site containing a large, partially carved stone and the skeleton discovered under it, one of the few such sites that exist in a society that has rejected superstition. It then moves back to 2000 A. D. and the discovery of the relics and to 1000 A. D. and the creation of the stone by a pagan carver, whose skeleton is the one found with the stone.

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2014 Bryant, Andrew. “Time Passeth Away Like a Shadow.” Neo-Opsis Science Fiction Magazine, no. 24 (2014): 45-56.

The story begins in a climate-change dystopia in 3000 A. D. where a man visits a Christian religious site containing a large, partially carved stone and the skeleton discovered under it, one of the few such sites that exist in a society that has rejected superstition. It then moves back to 2000 A. D. and the discovery of the relics and to 1000 A. D. and the creation of the stone by a pagan carver, whose skeleton is the one found with the stone.