Fenris wrote:Well, I too have some experience with His sense of humor. And actually, I have a question related to this. What is your take on putting God into books? I myself don't see any harm in it, but I wonder if I'll lose readers (read: atheists) because of it. Granted, it is a fantasy novel, but some of the more hardcore atheists won't tolerate His appearances no matter where they are (believe me, I know this from experience).
Falls Apart wrote:I've never been able to exactly write about God per se. But I do write to glorify Her, because, as a Catholic, that is (or should be) why I do everything. My beliefs do have an influence over what I write, but I like to think that I inspire readers to ask questions rather than giving them answers. And as for making God a character? I could definitely never do that--I like anti heroes way too much. Somebody Who's omnipotent, omniscient, and omnibenevolent? I'd keep feeling the need to add some flaws, which would be kind of missing the point. But I really do like sierramcconell's take on God. Very intriguing :)
Cookie wrote:I write because if I don't my head will explode.
Beethovenfan wrote:I think that's why I get SOOO upset when I come to a block and can't seem to get my ideas out there. I NEED my daily fix!
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