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Finding God in The Lord of the Rings

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==From the Publisher==
 
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Recently named the most popular books of the twentieth century, ''[[The Lord of the Rings]]'' trilogy is more than a great story. It's a much-needed reminder that we Christians are all on an epic quest. In examining the Christian themes in the trilogy, authors Kurt Bruner and Jim Ware find that truth and fiction are not as far apart as they seem. When read in the light of Scripture, [[J.R.R. Tolkien|Tolkien's]] trilogy reveals a rich tapestry of redemption, values, and faith against all odds.
 
Recently named the most popular books of the twentieth century, ''[[The Lord of the Rings]]'' trilogy is more than a great story. It's a much-needed reminder that we Christians are all on an epic quest. In examining the Christian themes in the trilogy, authors Kurt Bruner and Jim Ware find that truth and fiction are not as far apart as they seem. When read in the light of Scripture, [[J.R.R. Tolkien|Tolkien's]] trilogy reveals a rich tapestry of redemption, values, and faith against all odds.
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Finding God in the Lord of the Rings
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AuthorKurt D. Bruner, Jim Ware
PublisherTyndale House Publishers
ReleasedNovember 2001
FormatHardcover, Paperback
Pages144
ISBN0842355715

[edit] From the Publisher

Recently named the most popular books of the twentieth century, The Lord of the Rings trilogy is more than a great story. It's a much-needed reminder that we Christians are all on an epic quest. In examining the Christian themes in the trilogy, authors Kurt Bruner and Jim Ware find that truth and fiction are not as far apart as they seem. When read in the light of Scripture, Tolkien's trilogy reveals a rich tapestry of redemption, values, and faith against all odds.