Not only is The Dragon Prince awesome, but it can teach Christians how to write morals in their stories.
90% of everything is crap. That’s just nature; there is more attempt than skill, and even skill must be cultivated. So why do I complain that 90% of Christian art is crap? Because unlike the rest of the world, mainstream Christianity defends its crap. While this trend is thankfully changing, there are still a staggering … Continue reading Why Defending Bad Christian Art Shows Bad Theology
In case Christian art wasn't enough of a joke, Alex Malarkey, the Boy Who Came Back From Heaven, recently recanted his story, saying that he made it up. (source) Side note, that is the most ironic last name right now. Anyway, the publisher has apparently pulled the book because of this. Alex encourages people to read … Continue reading The Boy Who Came Back from Heaven, Lies, and Christian Publishing Oddities