devoted geeks devoted to letting you know that you are loved. I’m B, and today we’re participating in Chthuluary by discussing the kid-friendly graphic novel Howard Lovecraft and the Frozen Kingdom.
This week on Comm Talk by Geek Devotions, Dallas and Celeste sit down with John to discuss Lovecraftian fiction. Through the natural discussion, however, they also discuss how to discern what's ok for a person to read and not read how to balance personal convictions and dangerous open doors.
inspired kids film, Howard Lovecraft and the Frozen Kingdom. In this animated story young Howard meets some very prepared squid kids who are ready in season and out of season for whatever danger comes their ways. This raises the question. Are you prepared to reach others and point them to hope in season and out? How can we be ready? Join us as Celeste explores this question.
ntentional in seeking what you need. This raises the question... what do we do when we need something like hope, love, and community? What do we do when we've tried to seek these things in the past, but came up empty? Join us today at 4pm CST as Dallas explores these questions
Lovecraftian Fiction is an interesting genre of fiction involving interdimensional beings, questions of the unknown, and discussion on what it's like to live with no hope. This genre fascinates many, but the creator of this genre had many inappropriate views. How should modern readers and especially Christians navigate this genre? Check out this article where John Harju walks us through this very topic.