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Reaching to God through Christian Fantasy Books


Christian fantasy books and writting to reflect Biblical truth

Christian Fantasy
Seeking the Good, the Beautiful, and the True

God has put it on my heart to write enduring Christian fantasy books connected in a collective universe connected by a magic source called Anchors or Ankhoriales with stories that focus on a different Virtue from the Classical and Theological Virtues. 

Put another way: I write Christian fantasy books to reflect Biblical truths in allegory and symbolism that uplift the Good the Beautiful and the True to a secular audience.

Within my writting, you will not find the thinly veiled allegories of C.S. Lewis but a tradition of story-telling after Tolkien's heart. 

What does this mean?

It means Christian stories written in a way that doesn't turn the secular world away but embeds the Good, the Beautiful, and the True within hearts - like a seed planted in the soil. 

Why this method? 

As a once deist now turned Catholic I grew up hating stories that wagged a finger at me. Instead, I fell in love with characters and stories that inspired me to live in accord with the Christian faith.

What does this mean for my writing?

It means these stories follow the real plights and sins of man. It means the story comes first. It means God shines through authentically and speaks as he wills.

Lastly, why connect your universe with something called an Anchor?

Anchors are the ancient symbol of hope:

Hope is the theological virtue by which we desire the kingdom of heaven and eternal life as our happiness, placing our trust in Christ’s promises and relying not on our strength, but on the help of the grace of the Holy Spirit.

Let us read stories that inspire the Good endowed within each one of us.

What do you think?

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