“Whatever things were rightly said among all men, are the property of us Christians.” —Justin Martyr.

Finding the Truth in Story is an effort to find some of what has been rightly said among men and, through a Christian reading, return the property to its rightful owner. In this first volume, Tyrel Bramwell finds the Truth of God’s Word in twenty-five Grimm Brothers’ fairy tales, including classics such as The Frog King, Tom Thumb, and Cinderella.

 

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The Gift and the Defender

The Gift and the Defender (Lumen Legends, Book I)With a head full of dreams, Adam Malloy, a young man from a small town, moves to New York City. There he discovers he has a remarkable gift: the ability to change the world with his mind. But is he capable of reshaping reality without turning his gift into a curse?

In the final days of a bloody war with the Malum, Michaelis, a Lumen villager, shows he has what his land desperately needs: courage. His service to the king puts him at the center of a changing world. Is it too much to rely on one man? Learn more. 

About Tyrel Bramwell

IMG_4995b-3Tyrel Bramwell offers readers a view of the world rooted in the knowable and absolute truth, yet full of imagination.

Originally from Wyoming, he earned his B.A. in Religious Studies from Concordia University in Ann Arbor, Michigan and MDiv from Concordia Theological Seminary in Fort Wayne, Indiana. He lives in Ferndale, California.

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What People are Saying

This first novel by Bramwell is an exercise in human nature. Time, place, and cultures change, but a sinful human nature always remains. We are all sinners in need of grace and the Light of Christ… This reviewer’s recent reading of this novel was a joy. The author has a pleasant and unique voice, respectful of those who enjoy Lewis and Tolkien, but not imitative.

Lutheran Book Review

Bramwell uses beautiful description and vivid imagery to connect the reader to the story and the story to reality–the realities that too many of us take for granted or discount as fantasy. Bramwell instead uses his created world to describe the life of faith. Fans of Tolkein and Lewis will feel right at home. Those who know the Bible well will pick up on plenty of insightful symbols used in the plot. Any reader who enjoys science fiction or fantasy genres will connect quickly with the characters and join them on their journeys.

Lisa M. Clark, Author of The Messengers: Discovered

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