He is tormented by questions that have assailed real-life theists for centuries.
How do we build up our 'morality' muscles for the marathon.
About the importance of perspective, and taking the time to place ourselves in others’ shoes before jumping to conclusions.
Every development and new character reminds us that the outward package does not define inner reality.
If ideas have consequences, and fiction builds empathy, what is our responsibility as fiction writers when it comes to social justice?