Finding God In Anime

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Being a Christian can be tough. Being an otaku can be tough. But being both at once? Sometimes it seems easier to become Hokage rather than explaining your faith and passions to others. That is why we otaku have united in this devotional: To encourage otaku like youspiritually and through a medium we all cherish. In this devotional, you will find God in the animes you know and love. Each devotional presents spiritual lessons found in animes ranging from the world-famous Attack on Titan to fan-favorite Haikyu!! to beloved classics like Cowboy Bebop. Each piece will feature a different theme such as: Human Will vs. The Holy Spirit in Yona of the Dawn Choosing to be Free in Free! Swim Club Not by My Might in My Hero Academia ...and many others! We believe that God can be seen throughout His creation--even in places where people might not intend! So pull out your cosplay and snuggle close with your plushies as you join us in Finding God in Anime.
Finding God in Anime
Language: en
Pages: 166
Authors: Moriah Jane, Angela Watts, Kandi Wyatt, E. N. Chaffin, Amy McConahy, Megan Dill, C. O. Bonham, A. D. Sheehan, Laura Grace
Categories:
Type: BOOK - Published: 2021-05-15 - Publisher:

Being a Christian can be tough. Being an otaku can be tough. But being both at once? Sometimes it seems easier to become Hokage rather than explaining your faith and passions to others. That is why we otaku have united in this devotional: To encourage otaku like youspiritually and through
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Pages: 376
Authors: Zondervan Bibles
Categories: Bibles
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