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Articles that might be of interest to readers in the Christian speculative fiction community. Some of them are written by our reviewers, but most are links to to other pages.

No, HBO Isn’t Porn – and That’s Part of the Problem

In this excellent article, Cap Stewart discusses the blurring of the line between pop culture and pornography.

A Response To The Closing of Lifeway Stores

We're sad at the closing of Lifeway's retail stores, but happy that they will still be open online. We hope that this will open the door for them to carry more Christian science fiction...

Are Christian Movies Really So Terrible?

I can think of quite a few Christian movies that were so bad I couldn't finish. In this article, E. Stephen Burnett talks about some Christian movies that are bucking the "terrible Christian movie"...

Thanos Offered Fake Love

Author Marian Jacobs shares an insightful commentary on real vs fake love, illustrated with examples from Infinity War.

When is Horror Too Much?

In this Speculative Faith article, writer Rebecca LuElla Miller explores the concept of horror. When is horror spiritually beneficial, and when is it destructive?

Finding My Identity in Christ

This is an article that Tabitha Caplinger asked me to do for her blog, Live Chosen.

The Christian Problem with Magic

Have you ever felt just a little guilty reading fantasy books? But wait...didn't C.S. Lewis use magic? This is a great series exploring the intersection of magic and the Bible. The Christian Problem with Magic,...

What About Game of Thrones?

Should Christians watch things like Game of Thrones and Altered Carbon? Cap Stewart from Speculative Faith explores the topic. Part 1 Part 2  

The Dark Alleys in Young Adult Fiction

Many of you may have seen Marian Jacobs' excellent article in Desiring God, but did you know there was a part 2? In part 2, she clarifies that she isn't calling for censorship of...

It’s Just Words…Right?

Author Shannon Stewart explores how voyeurism in novels affects us as readers. It's part of a series that also examines how this kind of writing is not only unnecessary to the story, but actually...

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