Philosopher Peter Kreeft is a great fan of Tolkien and in this lecture, looks at the insights from the Lord of the Rings concerning the nature of evil. I am not sure what Tolkien would think of this almost allegorical interpretation of his work, but I think Kreeft does make some helpful points that people will find interesting.
Books by Stephen J. Bedard
What I am Reading (You can purchase any of these by clicking on the covers)
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- Three Reasons Why Rick Warren is a Heretic
- Things John Shelby Spong Thinks He Knows About the Gospel of John
- Starbucks, Same-Sex Marriage and Getting Facts Straight
- Who is the Father of Jesus Christ?
- Josephus, John the Baptist and the Historical Jesus
- Mere Apologetics
- The Bible and Pagan Holidays
- About Stephen J. Bedard
- Bad History and the Historical Jesus
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