Fairy Tales and the Moral Imagination [Free Event]


Date:
Jul. 28, 2016
Time:
5:00pm –
6:30pm PDT

An Evening Presentation for Teachers, Parents, Grandparents, all Educators.

Due to the California fires, this event has been canceled.

Location
Church on the Way Santa Clarita
23415 Cinema Dr.,
Santa Clarita, CA 91355
US
Phone: 800.856.5815
Email: info@IEW.com
Contact Info
Host:
IEW

Cost: None! Open to the Public! Entertaining & Inspiring! Bring Friends!

Fairy Tales and the Moral Imagination †
Are fairy tales good, even important for Christian students? Where did they come from, what can they teach our children, and should we spend our valuable time reading them? In this session we will discuss several basic themes in fairy tales and traditional children’s literature (goodness, truth, beauty, hope, honesty, wishes, etc.) as well as key archetypes of literature and their importance to the moral imagination. With the confusion surrounding modern fantasy writing, many parents feel uncertain in discerning the good and important literature from misleading and confusing books, stories, and movies.


† Contains distinctly Christian content

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