“Whether I am a Christian, committed or not, does not affect how I read a book about a fantastical, made up world.”
Well, by not answering you’ve pretty much answered my questions.
Let’s say I made up an extremely engaging story, aimed at a young audience, about two men living in a fantasy world who decided that they were in love and wanted to be married.
Would you similarity demand that all “dudes” get it through their thick sculls that such a book is alright because it’s in a “fantasy” setting?
Two men would have to be in a fantasy world if they thought they were romantically in love. I personally would not want to read the book, but I would not criticize someone else for it. The moment we start burning books is the moment we go back to 1933. Also, “sculls” is spelled “skulls.”