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I gained some good insights into how Providence and free will work together through this book.
Tolkien's aim was to show how God is constantly operating in the world, and even today guides history with intention and love.
Through Bilbo's Journey Pearce offered his readers a spiritual commentary as well as a literary guide to Tolkien's work.
Was just a recounting of the story. Ralph Wood's "The Gospel According to Tolkien" was far superior.Published 2 months ago by S C Hlong
Joseph Pearce's Bilbo's Journey provides insights to everyone's journey. It is a meditative reflection on the hidden meaning of an intriguing imaginative character, Bilbo Baggins,... Read morePublished 3 months ago by ROBERT MOYNIHAN
Very much appreciated addition to The Hobbit book/movies and will come in handy for the soon to be released Battle Of The Five Armies.Can't wait!Published 3 months ago by Ellen
I read "The Hobbit" a long time ago and I had noticed several glimpses of the hidden meaning of this story and of "The Lord of Rings", but Joseph Pearce confirmed... Read morePublished 9 months ago by gramos
Thought provoking and flowing, I highly recommend this for any fan of Tolkien, especially practicing Catholics, for a look a some fascinating themes hidden in an otherwise... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Tim Sonski
I'am a elderly person and this is the first time i've read the Christian meanings in the Hobbit. Great story.Published 9 months ago by Carl Countryman
It was a great read. I thought it presented the major christian motifs found in the Hobbit. Great read over all..Published 14 months ago by Mauricio Carrasco
Very insightful. The author did a wonderful job conveying his points. He brings in brand new ideas as to what Tolkien may have meant in different segments of The Hobbit as well as... Read morePublished 14 months ago by JJ Stowers
Every time I read and reflect on the insights Mr. Pearce offers, I am more impressed with the story and J.R. Tolkien. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Todd A Kreitinger