Tag Archives: Christian Fiction
Author R. L. Copple examines how getting lost in fiction increases a more empathetic person in real life.
R. L. Copple features an excerpt from Frank Creed’s most recent cyber-punk novel, Devil’s Hit List.
R. L. Copple explores the charges that much “Christian” art is not much more than moralism.
R. L. Copple examines when a story’s theme or message becomes an agenda.
At the risk of hitting a dead horse, once again, I’m going to respond to something I’ve heard recently. I’ve heard it before, and I’ve responded to it before, but I don’t think I have on this blog…until now! What did I hear? In fear of Christian fiction devoid of bad words and violence, etc., someone inevitably brings up the line, “But the Bible is full of horrible violence and rough characters,” or its cousin, “The Bible is R-rated.”