If you enjoyed a novel by C.S. Lewis or a film based on any of Tolkein's books, you owe a debt of gratitude to George MacDonald, a pioneer in the fantasy literature genre, but also a deeply committed Christian minister, who ended up turning from the pulpit to the pen and paper, writing full-time and publishing extraordinary works of theology. His The Hope of the Gospel, from 1892, is a challenging but ultimately illuminating tome that asks its readers to consider the good news and the instruction from the Gospels with an intensity and an open-hearted understanding.
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Roy A. Sites is a Summa Cum Laude graduate of The University of South Florida. He received the King-O'Neal Medal in 1984, the University's highest award for academic excellence, for his work in the Honor's Program in Psychology. He subsequently earned his Master of Liberal Arts degree through the Department of Humanities and taught at the University of South Florida for 5 years. Mr. Sites has a long standing interest in ancient, classical and medieval literature. His personal library of over 1000 volumes spans the years 3,000 B.C. to the present, with a heavy emphasis on ancient Greek & Roman literature, Medieval European and Arabic works, Early Church writings and contemporary Christian theology.
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