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Christian Mythmakers

Hein gets readers to think about the mythic impulse and what the need to tell mythic stories says about humanity’s relationship with God. As he unpacks these authors, he shows how mythic stories describe spiritual truths in a potent way, which makes it an enriching activity.

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Tolkien’s Modern Reading: Middle-earth Beyond the Middle Ages

Reviewed by: G. Connor Salter, Professional Writing alumnus from Taylor University, Upland, IN. Title: Tolkien’s Modern Reading: Middle-earth Beyond the Middle Ages Author: Holly Ordway Publisher: Word on Fire Academic http://Word-on-Fire-Academic Publication Date: January 25, 2021 Format: Hardcover Length: 392 pages OVERVIEW It’s often said that J.R.R. Tolkien was stuck in the past. The image […]

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Searching for Grace: A Weary Leader, a Wise Mentor, and Seven Healing Conversations for a Parched Soul

The authors talk about the need for other Christians to provide advice and community, and the need to recognize past pain in order to heal – all important concepts for sanctification.

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