The Girl on Fire: Katniss Everdeen and the Christian Symbolism in The Hunger Games

Christ is the Morningstar, the leader of the rebellion against Satan. Katniss is the Mockingjay, the leader of the rebellion against the tyrant Snow. The reaping of the tributes recalls Revelation 14. 13-20. Snow says: 'It is the things we love most, Miss Everdeen, which destroy us.' False religions are beloved, and people are destroyed / led to perdition by these falsehoods which they love. More
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About Bill Etem

Bill EE-tem. Had lots of jobs, ex high school math teacher, data entry / legal coder, big rig driver, fork lift driver, bar bouncer, waiter. B.A. in Mathematics from the University of Minnesota. Living in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area. Single. Lived in Los Angeles for a few years. Same with Colorado. Lived in Mexico for 20 months, mostly in Oaxaca. Traveled round Europe for a few months after college.

My novels usually deal with kids who find themselves in dire circumstances where they must either do something courageous or else they will be crushed by the dire circumstances.

My first book, 'Constitutional History of the Western World,' has over half a million words so I wrote some abridgements of it, for those who need something more concise.

18 books total. 6 have very little religion in them. 11 have lots of religion in them. And one, 'The Girl on Fire: The Christian Symbolism in The Hunger Games,' is half religion and half pop culture.

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