57. How Do Stories Help Us Imagine Suffering and the Hope of Resurrection? | Epic Resurrection, part 4
We explore how the Gospel and similar reflections in fantastic stories help us prepare for times of suffering, death, and resurrection.
Physical combat is often the defining feature of strength, but female characters needn’t be boxed into stereotypes to be considered strong.
Christians fleeing cancel culture should consider becoming “Amish cyberpunks” and build cutting-edge digital enclaves.
How can Christians react to possibly necessary "cancellations" of badly behaving fantasy creators?
Can you avoid "cancel culture" by apologizing? How can Christian fans respond to "cancellations" and enjoy stories from fallen creators?
Christians need science fiction to fulfill the Cultural Mandate, build bridges with our neighbors, and anticipate a future world of sci-fi wonders.
Christians need fantastical imagination to believe in God and the gospel, train to be like Jesus, and engage our world and neighbors.
Fiction isn't just optional for Christian readers, but a God-given gift we actually need to grow as redeemed people.
We can't expect "chosen one" authors to save Christian-made fiction overnight, so instead, let's slowly transform our "deserts" into habitable kingdoms.
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