So why the post...The following list is of Christian Authors, you would be surprised by some of them. The ones who write Sci-Fi/Fantasy are in Bold.
- Glenn Beck, a popular political commentator, has written a bestselling fiction book based on his childhood, The Christmas Sweater and a political thriller, The Overton Window (2010).
- Orson Scott Card, the popular mainstream science fiction author of the Ender's Game series. Card wrote the Women of Genesis series, based on people in the Old Testament.
- Brandon Sanderson is the author of Elantris and the Mistborn series, as well as the final books of The Wheel of Time Series.
- Richard Paul Evans, an author most famous for his story The Christmas Box
- Jerry Borrowman, writes co-authored biography and historical fiction. His first non-military book One Last Chance is set in the Great Depression. Life and Death at Hoover Dam is historical fiction meticulously researched to convey the drama of building the dam from 1931-1935.
- Betsy Brannon Green writes mystery and love stories set in a fictional Georgia community.
- Shannon Hale writes young adult fiction. She won the Newbery Honor award for Princess Academy in 2006, and the Utah State Book Award for Goose Girl in 2003.
- Jennie Hansen has received numerous writing awards and was the 1997 third place winner of the URWA Heart of the West Writers Contest for Some Sweet Day.
- Tracy Hickman is a best-selling fantasy author, best known for his work on Dragonlance as a game designer and co-author with Margaret Weis, while he worked for TSR. They also wrote the Darksword trilogy, the Death Gate Cycle, and the Sovereign Stone trilogy.
- Chris Heimerdinger has authored over a dozen books, most of which are considered young adult novels.
- Joni Hilton is the author of fifteen books
- Dean Hughes . His Children of Promise and Hearts of the Children series take place during World War II and the 1960s forward, respectively.
- Stephenie Meyer, author of the incredibly popular Twilight Saga.
- Brandon Mull authored the book Fablehaven and its sequels Rise of the Evening Star and The Grip of the Shadow Plague. He has also written The Candy Shop War.
- Lee Nelson was a public relations and advertising copywriter before his first book was published in 1979. Lee is best known for his Storm Testament series of historical novels (nine volumes), and his Beyond the Veil series (four volumes). Lee is well known for his authentic research, which includes killing a buffalo from the back of a galloping horse with a bow and arrow, crossing the Green River many times on horseback, and riding with Mongolian nomads while gathering research for an upcoming book.
- Anita Stansfield is a relatively edgy In some of her 25 books published since 1994 are themes like coping with cancer, domestic violence, rape, and adoption. .
- Rick Walton writes picture books, with many books focused on fun with the English language. He has been writing since 1987 ]
- Robison Wells is a humorist whose novels have met with great critical praise. His most recent works combine suspense and humor.
- Linda Paulson Adams writes novels set in a futuristic world nearing the Second Coming. She won an AML Award for her short story, "First," Cornerstone Publishing's Fiction Book of the Year 2000 , and several honorable mentions for her poetry.
- Jack Weyland authored Charly, an early LDS fiction published in 1980.
- Blaine M. Yorgason has written over seventy published works.
Now I know you saw a few authors you know and recognize...SO not only are they Christian, and they write things with some Christian themes...here is the shocker...are you ready...Every author above is LDS. yet that is write your favorite authors like Orson Scott Card and Stephanie Meyer are Mormon.
So next time you are against a book that you have never even researched keep in mind that not all books are evil just because they are fantasy or Sci-fiction and have magic or other aspects in it.