A compilation of allegorical tales, Substance of the Unseen contains beautiful imagery woven with biblical truth. Its eight stories depict familiar Christian concepts in an unfamiliar way.
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Lost in a black forest, a mysterious man appears whom the evil creatures fear. A warrior dons extraordinary armor before going out to face the Black Dragon in the arena. A fallen hero of the Old Testament has one final day—the day he cries out for a last chance to defeat his enemies. The journey of a prince and a young woman begins with a masquerade and a storm on the sea. There is a world beyond this one where true reality cannot yet be seen by our mortal gazes, but there is one who reveals by His light. These are the tales of the unseen.
As C. S. Lewis said, “The value of myth is that it takes all the things you know and restores to them the rich significance which has been hidden by the veil of familiarity.” Substance of the Unseen strips away that veil of familiarity, reignites the excitement of a relationship with Jesus Christ, and takes what is unseen and makes it tangible.