Failure is Not an Option, but It Does Have Consequences (Theology through the Eyes of Fiction)

Failure is Not an Option, but It Does Have Consequences: Eragon’s Blessing and the High Call of Christian Leaders in the Inheritance Saga Near the end of Eragon, (Book 1 of the Inheritance Saga), a woman brings a young girl named Elva to Eragon that he might bless her. Desiring to make the blessing meaningful, Eragon speaks in the ancient language as Saphira (his dragon) touches … Continue reading Failure is Not an Option, but It Does Have Consequences (Theology through the Eyes of Fiction)

What’s In a Name? (Theology through the Eyes of Fiction Series)

What’s In a Name?: The Divine Name of YHWH and the Search for Our True Identity in Inheritance In Inheritance, the final volume of Christopher Paolini’s Inheritance Saga, the main character Eragon and his dragon Saphira go in search of the answer to a prophecy posed by a werecat—“Then, when all seems lost and your power is insufficient, go to the Rock of Kuthian and … Continue reading What’s In a Name? (Theology through the Eyes of Fiction Series)