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Adam L Brackin is the author of An Unexpected Journal: Dragons (2022).

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An Unexpected Journal: Dragons

release date: Jun 06, 2022
An Unexpected Journal: Dragons
Dragons: History, Myths, and Legends Greedy, wicked, vengeful, powerful. Dragons occupy a powerful position in cultural imaginations across the world and across the years. From C.S. Lewis's boy who almost deserved to be named Eustace Clarence Scrubb to the Hydra of Greek mythology, these creatures Contributors: "Dragonish Thoughts in Our Hearts: Dragons as Mirrors of the Human": Junius Johnson on Our Internal Tension "Desolation": Donald Catchings on Joining the Fight and "Violence of Fire," a short story on a coming conflict. Excerpt from The Chaos Spiral: Adam Brackin on Dragons in the Bible "Wangerin and Wyrm": Christine Norvell on a Great and Cosmic Evil "A Tale of Two Dragons: Reflections on Corruption, Conviction, Grace, and Sacrament": Melissa Cain Travis on a Restoration of Humanity "The Cardinal": Jacqueline Wilson with a poem on a Loss of Humanity "Grathugar": George Scondras with a short story on a Glory-Seeking Knight "St George and the Dragon: Inspiration and Identity": W.H.G. Kingston on the Heroic Knight "Lewis’s Dragons and Materialism: A Reflection on Eustace Scrubb and Other Dragons": Clark Weidner on the Need for Imagination "Hercules and the Hydra": Alex Markos on a Christian Retelling "Dragons, Snakes and Demons: A Medieval and Biblical Bestiary for Modern Minds": Ted W. Wright on Dragons of History. "Job and His Dragon": Carla Alvarez on the Problem of Evil "The Forbidden Fountain": A short story by Azalea Dabill on a Dragon’s Poison "Nella Sua Voluntade": Elizabeth Martin on Challenging Dragonish Archetypes "Kazuo Ishiguro’s The Buried Giant: The Dragon of False Memory": Tracey Leary on Reconciliation An Excerpt from Dragonslayer: Beginnings: Carey Green on Courage "The Dragon’s Demise: Experiencing Apocalypse": Jesse W. Baker on the Relevance of Revelation .Cover Art Our cover illustration was created by Chilean artist, apologist, and physician Virginia de la Lastra. Summer 2022 Volume 5, Issue 2 2r0 pages

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