Comparing the two stories, explain, using evidence from the stories and elsewhere, what or how Asimov feels about God.
Using both of the Isaac Asimov stories we read (“The Last Question” and “The Last Answer”), write an ARGUMENT ESSAY with research answering your choice of the following questions: Comparing the two stories, explain, using evidence from the stories and elsewhere, what or how Asimov feels about God. What is his concept of God? Is the deity all-loving? Benevolent? Malevolent? Vengeful? Clockwork? Develop your essay using the basic features of a research paper. Remember to include argument in your introduction in the form of your thesis sentence. Support your stance with three points in the body of your paper. Be sure to restate your thesis and finish strong with your conclusion. While you are presenting your own point of view in this paper, remember that it is not about you. Do not use signal phrases such as “in this paper, I will” or “I strongly believe.” Present your opinions as if they are facts: Isaac Asimov’s “The Last Question” is one of the most poorly executed examinations of human nature that can be found in literature.” Important: For this paper, you are required to use both of the Asimov short stories as sources, plus two additional sources from the library’s database of journals. Give your paper an interesting title. DO NOT name it “Essay Three” or “Asimov.” It also should not be titled the same as the short stories you are examining. Your title should have something to do with what you’re writing about, and it should grab your reader’s attention. Your final draft may be in either MLA or APA style according to your preference, but must be consistent throughout. DO NOT use a pre-formatted template, as they are often incorrect in one way or another. Take the time to go through each step to format correctly. Incorrect formatting will result in an automatic 5-point deduction from your grade. At the end of the body of your paper, skip one line, and include “Word Count: ####.” Microsoft Word has a tool for determining word count automatically; just remember to exclude your header, your four informational lines, the title, and your Works Cited. If your paper exceeds 1250 words, any excess will not be read or graded