Question of the Week

Question of the Week: Favorite “Worldview” Fiction

question-week2Each Week on Saturday, I’ll be asking a “Question of the Week.” I’d love your input and discussion! Ask a good question in the comments and it may show up as the next week’s question! I may answer the questions in the comments myself.

Favorite Worldview Fiction

I recently asked about favorite movies regarding worldview. I think that any time we interact with any portrayal of fiction, we still run into major questions of worldview. We should always be watching or reading or listening with a critical mindset, ready to interact on worldview-level questions. We love to read, but we need to do so in a way that acknowledges that “every story has a worldview.”

What is your favorite fictional book in regards to the way it interacts with worldview? Which worldview is presented? How might we learn from this presentation?

I know I’ve had many moments when I’ve finished a piece of fiction and just had to sit and think for a while afterwards. They’re wonderful times, and I think we’ve all had them. Let’s read about them in the comments!

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About J.W. Wartick

J.W. Wartick has an MA in Christian Apologetics from Biola University. His interests include theology, philosophy of religion--particularly the existence of God--astronomy, biology, archaeology, and sci-fi and fantasy novels.

Discussion

One thought on “Question of the Week: Favorite “Worldview” Fiction

  1. Not sure if this is worldview fiction or not but my favorite works of fiction, here lately anyway, is the Strain books by Guillermo Del Toro.

    I read them some things me ago but they have been made into a TV show that started a few weeks ago and it’s great.

    It’s about a vampire plague that takes over the world and the few people who fight against all odds to save the world.

    How it applies to worldview, I guess, is that there is an evil master who could be compared to Satan and a definite battle of good vs. evil.

    Posted by I 53:5 Project | September 6, 2014, 6:47 AM

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