Frequent Idol Chatter visitors are well aware of blogger Donna Freitas’ love for “The Golden Compass” and Philip Pullman. In several blog posts and a series of videos, she has articulated her belief–contrary to the outcries of many Christians angered by the story–that this is a deeply spiritual, even Christian, the kind no one should fear and everyone should embrace. Needless to say, it’s a controversial viewpoint.
If you’re interested in learning more, Donna has expanded on her views, outlining 10 spiritual lessons we can draw from “The Golden Compass.” Click here to read it.

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