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The Sword, the Ring, and the Parchment

The Sword the Ring and the Parchment The first book in the Terrestria Chronices young adult allegory series Travel back in time to the kingdom of Terrestria a land where knights and their ladies live in castles and where dragons still r

  • Title: The Sword, the Ring, and the Parchment
  • Author: Ed Dunlop
  • ISBN: 9780978552305
  • Page: 244
  • Format: Paperback
  • The first book in the Terrestria Chronices young adult allegory series Travel back in time to the kingdom of Terrestria, a land where knights and their ladies live in castles and where dragons still roam occasionally The Terrestria Chronicles allegory series was written with a three fold purpose to honor Jesus Christ as King, to challenge young readers to love and serThe first book in the Terrestria Chronices young adult allegory series Travel back in time to the kingdom of Terrestria, a land where knights and their ladies live in castles and where dragons still roam occasionally The Terrestria Chronicles allegory series was written with a three fold purpose to honor Jesus Christ as King, to challenge young readers to love and serve Him, and to teach them to guard their hearts for Him The focus of the series is always on the King This is not Narnia this is not Lord of the Rings The Terrestria Chronicles were written to honor Christ and be as true to Scripture as possible Some readers have compared the Terrestria books to The Pilgrim s Progress, though this series is much readable, relevant, and action packed than Bunyan s classic work Written for ages ten and up, the Terrestria series is ideal for family devotions, classroom use, or individual enjoyment Young Josiah lives in the kingdom of Terrestria, the realm of good King Emmanuel Yet the land is at war Evil, cruel Argamor wants the throne And he has loyal followers placed strategically throughout the kingdom Who will win the battle for Terrestria, and on which side will Josiah find himself Alive with fast paced action in a medieval setting, Book 1 of the Terrestria allegory series encourages the reader to live as a child of the King.

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    Comment 379 on “The Sword, the Ring, and the Parchment

    1. Ilsa says:
      the terrestria seiries is a really good christian series, but it has the bad guys always list their names to the good guys, and the good guys trust them the bad guys names are things like disencouragement jealousy and the like The people in the book need to get brains so far they only have one, and that, they re sharing other than God, of course I know this is supposed to be plain and simple so people don t get confused, but really

    2. Zachary says:
      I have given all the books in this series five stars While, I understand that no Christian fantasy allegory series has really come close since Narnia, Ed Dunlop does do a good job with these books Writing a compelling Christian allegory series aimed at young people is extraordinarily difficult No analogy is perfect Dunlop works hard to make the analogies as clear as possible, occasionally at the expense of the plot The beauty of the Narnia books is that a child reading them could be completely a [...]

    3. Polly says:
      So my 2nd grade teacher read this whole series to our class and I thought it was the best series in the whole wide world I thought about it all the time and I begged and begged my parents to get it for me When they finally did, I was in 6th grade and then I didn t read it again until 7th When I did read it again, I thought it was pretty mediocre Lots of passages were copied and pasted from one book to the next and this one particular paragraph was used in all 7 books I rated it three stars becau [...]

    4. Hannah says:
      The Sword, the Ring, and the Parchment is a wonderful and powerful allegory story It has always made me think of the Christian life with new eyes I m looking forward to reading the rest of the series

    5. Daisy Paquet says:
      Ugh I did not like this book It practically walks you through the analogy And the conflict is Not conflict Just Gah.

    6. Chrissy says:
      When I was contacted about this book set, I was excited My children love books about kings, Queens, Castles, Knights and Dragons well all but 1 does, the oldest girl isn t a fan Castles, Knights and that time frame I love Christian based books and movies and teachings for my children Wow this has it all the story s they like and the teachings mom likes Needless to say I couldn t wait to receive this review in the mail.When the book set arrived we dived right in to the first book The Sward, The R [...]

    7. Jeanette says:
      I finished reading this book to my children 7.5 yo and 5yo who have really been enjoying following the adventures of Josiah The story is an obvious allegory, which makes the translation to our world and faith very easy with young children I imagine that children up to about middle school might enjoy this, although that might be a bit of a stretch Definitely up to late elementary, though A word of warning to parents The cruelty displayed by Argamor and his men may lead very young or sensitive chi [...]

    8. Andre says:
      This is another book that was brought to my attention by my dear wife She approached me with the off the wall notion that this book in many ways rivaled Pilgrim s Progress, obviously I sought to have her institutionalized However, after reading the first chapters alone and then reading it to the kids, I must say that I was hooked While, time will determine its usefullness throughout successive generations and whether the label classic will be used alongside its title, I definitely recommend it t [...]

    9. Kelly says:
      Even though these are geared for children, no one should miss out on this series of books They are vivid, engaging, challenging to your spirit and how you live These are similar to the Pilgrims progress but set in the Middle Ages Stimulating and motivating

    10. Kristy says:
      Kids verdicts It was really good, it s a book for all ages My favorite chapter was the fifth It was awesome I think other kids should read it because it teaches them what Jesus Christ is like.

    11. Emily says:
      This book, as well as the whole series, was very good I love reading allegories, and these are very well written and easy to understand The whole family could enjoy them, although 10 year olds and up would understand them better.

    12. Connie says:
      This is a great allegory on the Christian journey, just right for our 11 year old grandson and his grandma


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