HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HALLOWS...Or, In Apologia Now AVAILABLE
With book seven, all of our doubts, all of our concerns - both literary and moral - are answered. And answered sublimely. Upon finishing the seventh book in the series, we can absolutely recommend the Harry Potter books to concerned Christians.
Where have we gone?
Why are we back? How long will we stay? And other burning (or at least simmering) questions.
On the uses of magic...Or, Can a Christian Favor Fantasy?
All too often, particularly with Alternate Reality novels, the question becomes: can a concerned Christian read or encourage others to read about humans using magic when it is forbidden in real life? Here we break down the three forms of (literary) magic which will help you as you delve into novels.
To concerned parents regarding choosing books for the children and reading for yourself! COMING SOON
So many times, in our quest to protect our children, we forget to take care of ourselves. Why it's important to remember that there is a place for fantasy written for grown-ups, too.
Novels of the Twelve Kingdoms
Looking for a good High Fantasy read? Check out Emily C. A. Snyder's novel Niamh and the Hermit or her novella Charming the Moon!
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