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A World Of Meaning

I recently sat in on some discussions about world-building. It was geared primarily toward world-building for fantasy and science fiction worlds. When you are creating a totally different world, you have to account for the culture of that alien people. … Continue reading

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Evil versus Not-Evil

A couple of years ago, for Mythcon, I wrote a paper that discussed tendencies in apocalyptic fantasy fiction (that is, fantasies that deal with ultimate conflicts of cosmic powers). The theme of the conference was “War in Heaven.” In the … Continue reading

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Saviors in Action

[At last, we return from the summer hiatus!] The term “Savior” has a lot of baggage attached to it, primarily because it is an important term in Christianity.  But if we step outside the religious context, then we have “someone … Continue reading

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