Fantasy & it's Place in the Christian's Imagination | Andrew Lansdown


Should works of fantasy have a place on a Christian's bookshelf? Fantasy writer Andrew Lansdown considers four oft-posited objections to this literary genre and suggests that, rather than troubling Christians, fantasy writing is a reflection of humanity's unique status as divine image bearers.

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