Star Wars: A Modern Day Morality Play

Morality plays were kind of a big deal in the fifteenth and sixteenth century. They were one of three main forms of plays in the Middle Ages. The other two forms, miracle plays and mystery plays, focused on biblical characters or saints. The morality play focused on a particular hero, an everyman, whose character was tested, but who exhibited strength and achieved redemption.

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Your Weekend Worldview Reader

There’s only a couple days left to order The Owlings: Book Two and have it delivered in time for Christmas. Thanks to everyone for helping to support this project. It hit #2 on new releases in genre. In fact, J.R.R. Tolkien (at least the one who manages the Twitter account in his name) sent out a tweet to his 100K plus followers recommending it. After all, one of the owls is inspired by the author of the ever popular Hobbit. The other three talking owls are also inspired by British authors: Dorothy, Clive, and Gilbert.

Here’s your weekend worldview reader for December 20, 2015, with links to articles, essays, reviews, and videos that I consider to be interesting or important from a biblical worldview perspective. Any work that I point to is not an endorsement, but rather an invitation for you to think deeply about your faith and the world around you.



⊕ The Inklings in Flight

⊕ Star Wars: A Modern-Day Morality Play

⊕ The Riddle of Humanity & the Incarnation


⊕  The latest social science is wrong. Religion is good for families and kids, Washington Post (W. Bradford Wilcox)

⊕  We Were Made to Marvel, The Gospel Coalition (Erik Raymond)

⊕  Univ. of Tenn. clamps down on campus Christmas parties, Washington Times (W. Scott Lamb)


⊕ Bandersnatch: C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, and the Creative Collaboration of the Inklings, Diana Pavlac Glyer

⊕ Beyond Matter: Why Science Needs Metaphysics, Roger Trigg






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