The love of a Twilight Wolf
Every heart longs for the sort of love that never abandons, never causes harm, never doubts, and always sees and seeks out the best. The sort of love the werewolves of Stephenie Meyer’s Eclipse experience for their one true love. The “imprinting” that changes the orbit of their life from around the sun to around that special person. The kind of love Sam has for Emily and Quil for Claire.
The reason we long for eternal and unconditional love is because that was how we were created. It is God’s calling card, a bit of insurance that at some point in our lives we will look for the one thing that will fill that hole.
The amazing popularity of the Twilight Saga is because the theme of eternal love resonates in that God shaped hole we carry around with us.
Glitter in the Sun: A Bible Study Searching for Truth in the Twilight Saga uses scenes from Twilightto introduce readers to the eternal love we were created to enjoy. Several chapters of the book start with stories from the Quilute wolf pack—such as the chapter titled Emily’s Ruined Face which features Sam’s story and Gravity Moves, which talks about Quil.
The 16-chapter book is ideal as a personal devotional or as a small group resource. Glitter in the Sun: A Bible Study Searching for Truth in the Twilight Saga can be purchased from this web site or from Amazon.com.