Of Fairy-Tales and the Father

Middle-Earth and the Nature of Evil

            The Lord of the Rings is known for many things. The books helped form the fantasy genre as we know it today, and the films continue to garner acclaim nearly two decades after their creation. But though Tolkien’s incredible world of Elves, Dwarves, and Hobbits remains a prime example of worldbuilding, this isn’t the… Continue reading Middle-Earth and the Nature of Evil

Of Fairy-Tales and the Father

Digory Kirke and the Grace of God

           Today, I’m posting the first installment in my new series, Of Fairy-Tales and the Father. The series will explore the Christian elements found in The Chronicles of Narnia and The Lord of the Rings, illustrating how fantasy can communicate biblical concepts. Our journey begins with The Magician’s Nephew, the first installment in C. S.… Continue reading Digory Kirke and the Grace of God