Gabbing About God
Hot topic! Hot hot hot topic!
So here's the deal. Recently Mother Reader read Hattie Big Sky which she thought was swell. However, it could not escape her notice that the book itself would fit in perfectly well into the world of Christian lit. Yet has any reviewer of the book noticed this until now? Not so much. So in a post entitled Inviting Discussion On Hattie Big Sky ... And God, our readerly mother goes right smack dab to the marrow of the topic. In short, what does it take for a book to be considered "religious"? If the characters are religious and living in the past is that any different from a work of fiction where characters are religious and living in the present?
It's God talk! Go fill in your two cents. You know you wanna.