ELSEWHERE: How Not to Be a “Silly Christian Book Critic”

While much criticism of the Christian book sphere is valid, many of the critics (myself included) tend to oversimplify the problems with the market.  Thankfully, E. Stephen Burnett of Speculative Faith provides a helpful critique of such tendencies.

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Chris Hutton is a college student and Freelance Writer from Bloomington Minnesota. Since he was young, he loved books and ideas. Science was one of his favorite topics, as well as technology. It's one of the issues that has mattered to him consistently. Hence, Chris tries to bring a critical/helpful take to the modern understanding of technology. You can find Chris' home online at liter8.net, or you can tweet him via @liter8media.

  • Susan Gerard

    How do you feel about this comment made by Mr. Burnett?
    “I view the “chief end” of fiction, the only reason we should enjoy
    stories or any kind of art, as this: to help us glorify God and enjoy
    Him forever. And by “glorify God,” I mean explore more His truths,
    beauties, goodness — Himself.”


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