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Writing books as Christianity ends — 2 Comments

  1. Thanks, Den. I’m having the same problem with fiction. It just occurred to me that I might need to go to historical projects. I may do another fantasy piece for the same reason. In both of those cases, I don’t have to deal with the end of the age. I’ve been seeking the Lord for ideas, but nothing’s happened yet. I am no longer interesting in writing anything which is not approved by the Lord—so there’s a real hope of being fruitful. ’tis a conundrum… thanks for your encouragement. I’ve also made the same offer of help for an urgent project. I’m focusing on writing posts of encouragement for my non-fiction. Maranatha!

  2. I have found you to be a great help to me. Thank you.
    It appears that I am not the only one who plays this stuff over and over in my head. In the Christian worldview, all our stories end in one way. The return of our Lord and the end of the age. I have too much trouble writing fiction anymore. Praise God that I got to do it and I tried to write it in a way that would actually overtly lead someone to Christ. It is also to the point that I have run my course writing non-fiction. I published a series of 6 articles on Smashwords about the leftist movement being motivated by Satan. To me, that is the lowest common denominator and could be said to be the key societal problem. If anyone is working on a project that they find to be urgent, I would entertain helping them. bigontraining@yahoo.com

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