The article’s focus is on science fiction, but it easily applies to fantasy as well in the sense that our current secular culture uses these forms of entertainment to find hope and meaning.
The author of the article, James Herrick, says:
Human spiritual well-being, and thus the humaneness of civilization, depends in large measure on which narratives hold sway in our souls. The present millennium poses possibilities none of us can now fully predict, and requires decisions that will test our moral capacities in unprecedented ways. Which stories will animate our corporate imagination, guide our interpretation of limitless data, and shape our technologies? Among the myriad redemptive myths displayed before us, it is time to remind ourselves that only one has ever been God’s story.
And this is one of the reasons I am writing Epic tales reaching beyond the wisdom of the ages™. My goal is to write stories that inspire readers to find hope and meaning not in secular fabrications, but in the God of the Bible.