Now it’s time for the ween! (Doesn’t make sense, I know.)
H.P. Lovecraft is a good example of Romans 3. He hated God, disliked other races, believed the cosmos was indifferent and cold and went about his life the same way. He wrote with hidden venom toward all things just and good. I do prefer the works of Poe but after having read Lovecraft I to admit his work is definitely a frightening, in a weird of this world kind of way, and it stays with you…they haunt you after you close the book. This Reformation-ween try a little Lovecraft.
“It is absolutely necessary, for the peace and safety of mankind, that some of earth’s dark, dead corners and unplumbed depths be left alone; lest sleeping abnormalities wake to resurgent life, and blasphemously surviving nightmares squirm and splash out of their black lairs to newer and wider conquests.” At the Mountains of Madness and Other Tales of Terror