Review of Hondo, Directed by Louis L'AmourBy COYLE NEALAs I’ve mentioned in an earlier post, Americans are always in search of their own body of myths and legends—a literary past we can look to and claim as our own. The most recognizable and uniquely American body of literature that has grown up as a result of this search is the Western. This is particularly of interest to Christians, as perhaps no genre more easily reflects the Gospel than this one. With the trope of the townspeople bein … [Read more...]