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I have always been highly interested in theology and a huge fan of Legend of Zelda.
The essays merely make the connections to theology and philosophy that a series as deep and universally appealing as The Legend of Zelda makes possible.
The chapters range through various theological subjects and inter-weave concepts and storylines from the games very nicely.
As a Theology and Philosophy Major - and a huge fan of Zelda - I was very interested in reading this book. Read morePublished 7 months ago by cldsk
This book was a great find and I completely enjoyed it. I have always been highly interested in theology and a huge fan of Legend of Zelda. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Insanonerd
its 100% worth your money its a great book i bought it with a combo of the philosophy and the legend of Zelda : Hyrule historia ...... Read morePublished 8 months ago by michael
The Legend of Zelda and Theology offers some interesting thoughts on finding religious meaning in the various games of the franchise, even if the franchise was never intended as... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Chris Scott
This book did a great job of making connections...even when they were NEVER intended.
I am confused as to why someone would try to make connections between LoZ & Christianity... Read more
As a Zelda fan ( I own all the games and its my all time favorite series) and a teen who loves theology, I found this to be epic. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Roger
Loved it. Taught me about why people love Zelda so much. And, It gives you fun facts if you pay attention closely. Just, nice. I recommend to everyone, gamers or not. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Nicholas Melsha
As someone with fairly loose and variable theological ideals, this has been a very interesting read. I would highly recommend it to some intellectual fans of the Zelda games.Published 15 months ago by Thomas Brooks Jr
An interesting read for Legend of Zelda and theology fans, not sure I would read it again in a hurry but it brought interesting viewpoints regarding the links (no pun intended)... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Ms Amy E. Robinson