Elizeum Striving is about human love, not necessarily the romantic kind. Specifically, it is of God’s love for the human, made in His image.
That identity is purposefully changing. We’re experiencing a shift of the medical paradigm away from our natural world. By the end of this century our species will hardly be recognizable. Only a trace similar to our ancestors, a dramatic alteration of our offspring is already calculable, for within ten years our progeny will be of a genetically modified species.
Because of the rapid rise in technology and with the coalescence of medicine, science, and synthetic biology, during our lifetime everyone could become cyborgs. Enhanced humans will be robust and will have superior intellect, capable of creating wondrous inventions.
Beholden to a cloaked emissary from deep space – one who molds superheroes – the new human will no longer need God because every person will become a god.
We’re permanently altering the species made in God’s image, from neural prosthetics to human and animal chimeras. Based on the model of logical extension in both medical possibilities and prophetic probabilities, an unrestrained revolution is upon us, producing hybrids of species while destruction of the human race escalates.
Alastair’s odyssey projects a complex field of ideas, leaping over the stereotypical genre. The result is unprecedented in its Christian speculative category with its cutting-edge scientific and medical effusion. Examine a society’s soul and follow those seeking a profound, geographical “afterlife.”