Why Beowulf Should be Taught in Christian Schools
"Beowulf" is an intensely violent and gruesome story. While this is an exceptionally graphic book, the author did not intend this to be a purely entertainment book; he wrote it as a didactic piece of literature (containing a moral message). Throughout the book, the author creates symbolism between his fictional characters and Biblical characters and between his fictional events and Biblical events. Beowulf is a Christian, didactic novel and therefore should be taught and discussed in all Christian schools.
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