From Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tolkien_and_the_Catholic_Church_(film) Tolkien and His Church – Film by Tony Robinson (1996) Tony Robinson, producer and director of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, made a film in 1995 about Tolkien, the author of The Lord Of The Rings, and the Christian religion.
It’s a very good film, although I didn’t like the title of the movie, Tolkien and The Catholic Church.
I think it’s an insult to Tolkien.
It would be like saying that John Lennon and Queen Elizabeth are Catholic because he wrote songs about them.
It was never intended to be a documentary, but it’s still an interesting look into Tolkien’s ideas about religion and culture.
Tolkien wrote this poem, ‘Tolkien’s Thee’ in the poem The Lord’s Prayer.
The poem is called ‘Talfa-tala-tul’ which means ‘God’s Prayer’.
It’s one of the most famous Christian prayers.
He said it, ‘To God who made the world’.
Tolkien believed that if we read the Bible every day, we would become Christians.
I would say that we have the most important book in the world that was written by a man who thought that the Bible was the only book that God ever wrote, and that it was the book that saved us from all other religions and from all our other kinds of darkness.
And I think the fact that we are in the age of Christianity is one of Tolkien’s greatest triumphs, that the whole world is listening to and embracing his message.
Tolkien and Christianity In the 1960s and 70s, Tolkien was the subject of a series of films, including The Hobbit, The Lords Prayer, The Return of the King, and The Fellowship of the Ring.
Tolkien was one of many people who were involved in the creation of the modern Tolkien mythos, as well as his many novels, stories and short stories.
In 1967, Tolkien, in a letter to his son Richard, wrote, ‘I am going to be 80 in March, and you may expect me to be old and old and sick, but I think I will do well and be in good health.
My Lord will be very proud of me, as will my daughter, and they will be all very pleased.’
Tolkien was an avid reader, particularly of The Silmarillion.
He was also a regular at the library.
One of the books he loved to read was the Silmarils, and he took his mother’s copy to the library, where she read the whole book.
Tolkien’s daughter, Elrond, was also an avid Tolkien reader, and she read many of his stories, especially The Lord.
She also loved the novels by J.R.
Tolkien also read a lot of the popular works of the time, including Robert Louis Stevenson’s Alice In Wonderland and The Adventures of Tom Sawyer.
Tolkien, like many other early 20th century writers, was fascinated by the rise of Victorian Britain, particularly the rise in the suffrage movement.
In his letters to his daughter Elrind, Tolkien wrote: ‘I have always believed that the rise and ascendancy of the suffragette movement was a consequence of the triumph of the religious faith in England, and of the consequent decline of the secular religion in this country.’
He also believed that religion was the way of the future and that the Christian faith was going to win.
Tolkien believed in the power of the Bible and the power that it had over people.
He wrote about the importance of religion and the Bible in his novels, and in his letters, he wrote: I believe that the most effective means of converting people to the Christian God is to read the Book of Job.
He also wrote about how the Bible gave him insight into how people thought and felt about other things, such as race and sex, and how they were motivated by their own feelings.
Tolkien saw religion as a way to get rid of prejudice.
Tolkien told his daughter that the best way to change the world was to write books, and to make them known to as many people as possible.
Tolkien died in 1937.
His son, Richard, was his executor.
The Tolkien Estate The Tolkien estate, which owns the rights to The Lord And The Rings film, has published a biography of Tolkien, entitled The Making of The Fellowship Of The Ring.
The Lordes of the ring, which is the title for the movie in the books, is an homage to the biblical character, Eru, who is the father of all of mankind.
In The Fellowship, a wizard named Boromir is trying to kill the king of Gondor.
Boromirs family, including his brothers Gollum and Eowyn, are gathered at the Ring’s summit.
Tolkien says in the book, ‘Gollum, the son of Goll