“God can and does find us almost anywhere—that He seeks us in the most unlikely places and draws us to Himself even when we’re not looking for Him.”
A competent review of how a Christian reader may find divine content in J. R. R. Tolkien’s famous book. Basically a Christian commentary on the text by topic, not page-by-page.
“The world is a bigger place than I realized, Gandalf. I see now that it contains many things beyond the grasp of my puny imagination.” Gandalf laughed. “If that is your view, then I would suggest that your imagination is keener and more far-reaching than most!” JRRT
“God meets us not through concepts, curricula, or catechisms, but in that miraculous place where the Word becomes Flesh; the place where we, like the fishermen of Galilee, suddenly find ourselves swept up into the plot of the greatest Story of all.”