‘Literary Crimes: Anachronisms’ (2016)

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Sorta like this King Tut cell phone…

Can a novel set in ancient times–antediluvian times, in fact–be ruined by having its characters frequently spout 21st-century Democrat cliches?

Uh… yeah. Even if it’s only me that thinks so.

Literary Crimes: Anachronisms

I keep saying “Christian fiction” has to be at least as good as, and preferably better than, ordinary secular fiction. But I read so much “Christian” stuff that isn’t, I’m beginning to think no one believes me.

One comment on “‘Literary Crimes: Anachronisms’ (2016)”

  1. It seems to be a common problem. A while back, I watch the Canadian “reimagination” of Anne Of Green Gables and it was so full of anachronisms that I wanted to crawl out of my skin.

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