Definition of "Redemptive Fiction" for the purposes of this podcast: Redemptive fiction is fiction in which one or more characters have a transformation in some part of their lives.
Four kinds of redemptive fiction.
My books with conversion as an important part of the story.
2. “Worldly Past”
Blog post that sparked this episode:
Okay, excellent examples of this kind of redemptive arc are…
My strongest “worldly to saved” redemption arc.
Books recommended to me:
When Hearts Collide by Sara Beth Williams.
3. Personal Redemption
My strongest personal redemption books would be:
Eustace in The Voyage of the Dawn Treader.
David Rawlings' Books:
James L. Rubart
My books with symbolic redemptive elements:
The Journey of Dreams Series
Recommended to me books and authors.
Blog post on the future of Christian fiction/
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