A few years ago we started the family tradition of making a dragon book to read together as a family on Christmas Eve. The stories are inspired by historical creeds of Christian orthodoxy. The first story was about James, a dragon who lives in the drain in middle of the Josephus Bowl at Southern Seminary where he guards The Abstract from his nemesis Dr. Toy. Last year’s book was about Schaeff, a dragon who protects the magic bean in the Windy City. This year’s book “The Dragon in the Door” is inspired by Martin Luther. I wanted to write stories for my kids to enjoy that use an allegorical style to introduce a deeper meaning that they can grow to appreciate in years to come.