Lilith and The Queen’s Gambit: Two Ingenue Who Learn Love Through Sacrifice

Lilith, MacDonald’s final novel written forty years after Phantastes, continues its themes of nature throbbing with vitality, shrouded in beauty, and birthing joy. One key insight from Phantastes, that love […]

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Unforsaken: Fantasy, Providence, and the Silence of God

With the rising popularity of fantasy within Western culture, examples of the genre (both skillful and abysmal) can be seen everywhere. Despite the differences in their unique theological approaches to […]

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