Books: Fiction

Over the ages, Christian writers have produced great inspiring works of fiction. Here is a selection spanning the centuries from the Medieval to the Post-Modern, as well as a selection of books offering commentary on the Christian themes of those books:

The Hammer of God
by Bo Giertz (this authour was a bishop in the confessional Lutheran Church of Sweden)

A Skeleton in God’s Closet
More Than a Skeleton: It Was One Man Against the World
The Constantine Codex
by Paul Maier (this authour is a Lutheran professor and historian)

Stitched Crosses: Crusade
by Joshua Rothe (this author is a member of Hope Lutheran Church)

The Divine Comedy
by Dante Alighieri

Paradise Lost & Paradise Regained
by John Milton

The Pilgrim’s Progress
The Holy War
by John Bunyan

Ben-Hur
by Lew Wallace

The Chronicles of Narnia
by C.S. Lewis

The Silver Chalice
Thomas B. Costain

The Hobbit
The Lord of the Rings
by J.R.R.Tolkien

The Last Sin Eater
by Francine Rivers

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