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* [[Rachel Hart]]: "Tolkien, St. Andrews, and Dragons"
 
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* [[Trevor Hart]]: "Tolkien, Creation, and Creativity"
 
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Why The Lord of the Rings Is Not Manichean"
 
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Tree of Tales: Tolkien, Literature and Theology
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AuthorTrevor Hart and Ivan Khovacs (eds.)
PublisherBaylor University Press
ReleasedJune 26, 2007
FormatPaperback
Pages146
ISBN1932792643

Tree of Tales: Tolkien, Literature and Theology is a 2007 collection of essays.

From the Publisher

Tree of Tales: Tolkien, Literature and Theology examines the theological relationship between creation and creativity in the works of J.R.R. Tolkien. It provides a fresh reading of these important themes in Tolkien and highlights the multi-faceted nature of Tolkien's own vivid theology and literary imagination. The book features articles by Colin Duriez, David L. Jeffrey, Ralph Wood, Trevor Hart, and others.

Contents

Why The Lord of the Rings Is Not Manichean"