Monthly Archives: June 2013

Hilary Mantel’s memoir (and thoughts of my own) with just a hint of Rushdie

Hilary Mantel is a double winner of the Man Booker Prize, first for Wolf Hall and then for its sequel Bring Up the Bodies. These are the first parts of a trilogy about the life of Thomas Cromwell and his relationship … Continue reading

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Christian Writers and Fiction

It is my view that Christian writers will NEVER write a story in which biblical truths are compromised. They don’t necessarily have to spell out the gospel, but the story must always be consistent with a biblical worldview. God doesn’t need … Continue reading

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