1. This tale of two professors has a common theme, plot, and denouement - the good news of the one true story, Jesus Christ crucified for you.
  2. Every day, in everything we do and experience, we are busy hearing, seeing, and telling stories.
  3. In reality, Easter equals good news for you. And our world needs some good news. Maybe we’re not even sure what’s wrong, but we know this world is broken.
  4. It is Tolkien's adept ability at combining imagination with Sub-Creation to give his fictional world of Middle-Earth that ‘inner consistency of reality’ which points to the truth of the Gospel.
  5. Every child builds. Some build castles out of wooden blocks handed down from an older sibling. Some construct forts out of blankets, chairs, and miscellaneous living room artifacts.
  6. God wired us to be storytellers. God made man in his own image and that image includes a rational mind that communicates in large part through stories.
  7. But there’s more to this movie than excellent Lego graphics and artistic; in other words, imaginative storytelling.
  8. What do imagination, Lego bricks, and Sub-Creation have to do with apologetics?