‘Can Fantasy Be Reformed?’ (2014)

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This blog post, back then, resulted in a wonderful article by John Dykstra in Reformed Perspective Magazine–which I’ve been able to locate, and which I’ll re-post for you tomorrow.

Can Fantasy Be Reformed?

If you’ve been reading this blog for any length of time, you know how I hate fantasy cliches–the Invincible Female Warrior, the Thief With a Heart of Gold, Know-It-All Elves, etc., etc.

Fantasy can be made into a useful tool for Christ’s Kingdom–I’m totally convinced of it. But first it has to be straightened out.

5 comments on “‘Can Fantasy Be Reformed?’ (2014)

  1. You know I agree with you, Lee! 🙂 I am hoping to be part of that reformation movement myself. So what book was “Laura” writing? (From the comments in 2014) I might check it out if you know…

  2. I agree, especially those invincible females beating up male hunks. J. R. Rowling hasn’t too badly with all the cliche characters. At least she knows we are biologically male of female by our sex organs.

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