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25 Responses

  1. Hey Jay,
    Just responding to your comment on my blog. Thanks for reading, and I hope that my story continues to be a blessing on your life and others. I think the “goldilock’s” fallacy is an interesting concept and have arived at a similar concept myself. feel free to email me

    • Adam,

      Thank you for commenting! As a fellow blogger, I am sure you know how encouraging that is. The Goldilock’s Fallacy is something that I have been debating with my brother about for a long, long time. He at last convinced me so much that I posted the article. He is a wise little brother…

      I will indeed email you when I get time, thanks again for commenting.

  2. Hey Jay,
    I wanted to drop by over here and say a quick thanks to you for the comments you’ve posted on my blog ( over the past month! I’ve been away from the blog a lot due to other projects that have me buried, but I wanted you to know your presence and thoughtful comments have not gone unnoticed.

    Looks like you’ve got some great commentary going on here as well as over at holyworlds. May the Lord bless you richly in your work as you go forward.
    Yours in Christ,
    Becky Minor

    • Becky,

      Thanks for your comment! I have enjoyed your blog muchly (I know that is not a word, but I think it should be πŸ™‚ ). I understand how that is. I am swamped as well with many many things.

      What have you thought of Holy Worlds? Have you thought about joining the forum?

      With joy and peace in Christ,
      Jay Lauser aka Sir Emeth Mimetes

  3. Hello, Sir Emeth! This is Mary from The Writer’s Lair. I just wanted to welcome you and thank you for joining The Lair. So… Welcome! And thank you! I pray that God will use The Lair to bless and encourage you. Keep up the good work on NaNo!
    P.S. For my own curiosity, how did you come across The Lair?

    • Welcome to my blog, Mary! Thank you for the comment. I see a lot in common between our blogs, and I hope to have a friendly comradeship as we write. πŸ™‚

      I have a Google Alert in my Google Reader that searches blogs for the words Christian and Fantasy. I end up with some weird and unsightly stuff every once in a while, but I can sight it ahead of time very easily and avoid it. I do find good stuff with it, though, like you. πŸ™‚

      You should check out Holy Worlds, you might be interested in it.

  4. “I have enjoyed your blog muchly (I know that is not a word, but I think it should be πŸ™‚ ).”

    I agree!! πŸ™‚

  5. Actually, I was quoting you there at the top. That is something I might have said that, but in this case you did. πŸ™‚

    I was agreeing that muchly should be a word. πŸ™‚

  6. It’s in Oedipus Rex. It’s the riddle the sphinx gave to Oedipus.

  7. Hello. πŸ™‚ So I had a question – I just started reading Harry Potter yesterday, and have gotten quite a mix of reactions when I tell people I planned on starting the series over winter break. I feel that Harry Potter has become the “scape goat” for its genre. Why is HP looked down on when many other books and movies – LOTR and even the cutsie Disney movies, just to name a couple – are enjoyed – although they also contain Wizards, ghosts, and magic? What makes HP different?
    I don’t know if you’ve read HP, but I was just curious for your view on this. =) Thanks!

    • That is a huge issue, and one which I have views on. But I won’t put my signature to a defense or attack of HP until I have read them myself. People might get upset about it, but reading something isn’t an appropriation of it, and I can’t condemn something I honestly don’t know about. πŸ™‚

      However, I do know about LotR. A lot. And I do know that there are fundamental differences between it and HP (I don’t like Disney movies more or less, so I won’t get into those).

      In summary, LotR doesn’t have magic. At least, not any more than the Bible does. And it treats the magic the same way that the Bible does. HP does not.

      Let me know if you want me to write a blog post expounding on that concept. πŸ™‚

    • Ok… I’ve seen the LOTR movies but the books (which I haven’t read but probably detail behind the magic a bit more). It seems a stretch, however, to say it treats magic the same way the Bible does. I guess mainly I’m thinking of Gandalf here… after all his title is “wizard” and he does use magic, quite different from the Bible’s views.
      But again, I haven’t read the LOTR books, so there’s probably more in them that I’m missing out by only having seen the edited, brief (well – in a sense brief) movies. =)
      If you ever have time to read the HP books, and/or get around to writing a blog post detailing this subject, that’d be great. =) No hurry. Thanks!

    • Yes, the movies kind of mask the key points that the book makes about magic. Though people still miss it in the books as well.

      I will probably write a review of LotR, and include the whole magic angle. πŸ™‚

  8. I’ve been reading “Letter to a Christian Nation” by Sam Harris lately, and was wondering – have you read it? (It’s rather short) Would you be interested in posting a reply to it sometime?

    • Hmmm… Sounds vaguely familiar, but I do not think I have read it. Is it available online? If it is, I will probably be able to reply to it. πŸ™‚

  9. Yep, I’ll email it to you. πŸ™‚ Found your email at one of your websites above

  10. Aloha,

    We are on opposite sides of the earth, but I’m still looking forward to hearing from you.

  11. Greetings! My name is Jordan Pilcher. I com from a family of 14 and also write Christian fantasy. I find your blog very interesting and look forward to following it!

  12. Hi Jay,

    Been a few years! A project that I have been working on is now available. Would you mind checking out

    We met, if you remember, at Creation Conversations. I think Holy Worlds would like to know about this.

    • Jay isn’t able to be online right now.. I’m his sister, and I sortof take care of things for him. Your series looks awesome. I’ll post about it on HW so they can check it out too.

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