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Frank Herbert's landmark science fiction novel Dune has received numerous sequels, prequels, and film treatments. Detailing the saga of humanity's far future beyond our present solar system, the work plays successfully with religious, political, and ecological themes. This essay deals with the social/theological implications of two figures within the story-world of Dune: Its protagonist and visible hero, Paul Atreides/Muad'Dib and the lesser figure of the "Imperial Planetologist" Dr. Kynes,doi:10.3390/rel9090281 fatcat:wg573x6jqvfkhhaczzkod73xji