Literature that deals with Christian themes and incorporates the Christian world view. This would include non-Scriptural literature. Example: Pilgrim's Progress, or the Left Behind series.

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How many gospels are there in the Roman Catholic Bible?

How many gospels are there in the Roman Catholic Bible? Are there only gospels in the New Testament? What are the names of gospels? Is there a difference between books and gospels? I've read that ...
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Does Bunyan's “Pilgrim's Progress” state a position on predestination?

This question is NOT: what does John Bunyan believe about predestination is predestination biblically accurate? This question is: Does "Pilgrim's Progress" take a position on predestination? And ...
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In “The Ball and the Cross” where did McIan go wrong?

In the G.K. Chesterton's The Ball and the Cross there's a point where it's obvious that Chesterton doesn't think Evan McIan's initial philosophy, if taken to its fullness, would bring about peace on ...
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Who symbolizes Christ in J. R. R. Tolkien's “The Lord of the Rings”

I have long been a fan of Tolkien, and have enjoyed his works from an early age. I am aware that he was raised by a Roman Catholic priest, and remained a deeply religious man his whole life. I'm ...
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What type of Christianity does Hans Christian Andersen depict in *The Red Shoes*?

When I was little, my parents used to read to me a Chinese version of the story, The Red Shoes, by Hans Christian Andersen. Though, I was not aware of the story's Christian themes and motifs until I ...