Choosing Wisely in a Complicated World
Learning from ‘The Hobbit’
Professor and author Devin Brown discusses J.R.R. Tolkien’s major theme of decision-making and choosing wisely — even selecting good, better, and best — in a complicated world with complex options.
More from Desiring God on The Hobbit:
“Luck” and Latent Christianity in Tolkien’s ‘The Hobbit’ (Devin Brown)
How the Harrowing Journey Profits the Hobbit (Devin Brown)
Good and Evil Are Not Equals (Colin Duriez)
There ‘The Hobbit’ Came From (Colin Duriez)
How to Watch ‘The Hobbit’ (David Mathis)
The Allure of Middle-Earth (Tony Reinke)
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