Re: The Christian Mythos
- From: Keith Davies <keith.davies@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 29 Apr 2008 20:04:53 GMT
Brent <digital.brent@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Actually, I like the idea of a 'christian mythos', not only because it
emphasises upon the separateness between the christian version of
reality and actual reality, but also because said mythos has been very
fully developed over centuries. Think of it as a 'alternate rea;ity'
campaign setting along the lines of "What if the christians actually
were right and the bible literally true?". The best time frames for
this setting would be either a primitive copper/bronze age 'Old
Testament' context, and Iron age 'New Testament' Imperial Rome
context, or a modern day 'end of times' cliche. I'd probably skip the
middle ages and modern history altogether.
Green Ronin, Medieval Handbook. Covers how you might handle
Christianity (as believed in medieval times) rather well.
Religion is more or less a no win situation, mind.
Keith Davies I married the moonshiner's daughter
keith.davies@xxxxxxxxxxxx How could I go wrong?
keith.davies@xxxxxxxxx The moonshiner's daughter
http://www.kjdavies.org/ Put some corn in the water
And makes me liquor all night long
-- Hayseed Dixie, _Moonshiner's Daughter_
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