I keep trying to find good Christian fiction to read. In recent weeks I read two Christian novels, one a debut, and one by a bestselling author with many titles to her credit. Both shall remain nameless here.
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You'll get updates about our new writing courses & books as well as get access to exclusive course discounts. Christian literature is writing that deals with Christian themes and incorporates the Christian world view.
This constitutes a huge body of extremely varied writing. Christian fiction is sometimes harder to define than Christian non-fiction. Christian themes are not always explicit.
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