A Reflection on Virtue

Take a look at this thought-provoking reflection on It's a Wonderful Life, readers: George Bailey at the Bridge: The Costly Virtue of It’s a Wonderful Life Thanks to the Christmas classic It’s a Wonderful Life, George Bailey is a household name to many Americans. But his story is a radical one. He has big dreams … Continue reading A Reflection on Virtue

Depth in Fiction, Part Four: Philosophy, Theology, and the Difference between Right and Wrong

This article is the fourth in a five part series about the skill of adding depth to fiction. Parts One, Two, and Three may be read here, here, and here. So far we have discussed maintaining a sense of “magic” in fiction, the use and necessity of images, and the consideration due to the length … Continue reading Depth in Fiction, Part Four: Philosophy, Theology, and the Difference between Right and Wrong