Tag Archive: Middle-earth

Emerald’s Interviews: Interview with the Elf-Lord

Emerald, our dogged journalist, is off on an adventure in the undying lands to interview an Elf Lord, and get his perspective on the Jackson spin-offs of “the real story”!

I Am with You: The Active Love of Samwise Gamgee

Rediscover the essential role that Samwise Gamgee plays in The Lord of the Rings, solely by pouring out a constant, sacrificial love to his master, Frodo Baggins.

Tolkien’s Mythic History: How Middle Earth Launched the Fantasy Genre

Enjoy this perspective on how the “Lord of the Rings” trilogy rose in popularity beginning in the 1950s, and how Jackson’s films brought these lingual-and-history inspired tales alive for those who prefer the tone of modern fantasy novels.

A Light that Darkness Cannot Kill: Sam’s Song to Frodo

“He looked old and marked by shaping years, Yet beautiful. This much was clear: His light would never be put out, And I loved him without a doubt.”

Reflections of the Truth: An Analysis of Five Catholic Quotations from “The Lord of the Rings”

Explore five poignant quotations from “The Lord of the Rings” that epitomize aspects of Catholic theology.

Middle-Earth Factoids: 10 Things You Might Not Know about “The Lord of the Rings”

How was Middle-earth created? Which two prominent LOTR characters are actually related, thanks to Maian blood? Read to find out!

Enchantment: The Spell of Secondary Worlds

Explore the true meaning of Enchantment and “sub-creation” in the light of Catholic theology.

The Adventure: A Tale of Two Small Hobbits

“I always wanted to know what the pictures and letters on my necklace mean, you know, the necklace that he gave me after he told that exciting story about the three trolls….” (Rated: G)

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