Shedding Light on His Dark Materials Book

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Kurt Bruner and Jim Ware team up in this book to shed light on Phillip Pullman’s children’s fantasy series that is selling in the millions. Kurt and Jim discuss the themes in Pullman’s series such as deception, other worlds, church history, authority, science and religion, new-age cosmic oneness, angels and demons. Kurt and Jim’s book written to equip people to understand Pullman’s mythical world and his intentionally antagonistic perspective on Christianity, is a must read!




This book is a must for church libraries, every concerned parent and grandparent.




You might want to read the February 2008 AFA Journal article in which author Jim Ware is interviewed about Pullman’s writings.




Authors: Kurt Bruner and Jim Ware


Publisher: Tyndale House

Pages: 128
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