Originally Posted by Ditchleyportrait
this doesn't seem correct to me. although i've only read part of one christian fiction book.
Then you should probably read more, to get a better take on the subject.
Remember, too, that there are different degrees of Christian fiction. There's the type that is written by an author out to convince an audience that being Christian is the only way to go. There's the type that's written by an author who is trying to write a story that fits in with the parameters of their particular flavor of Christianity. And then there are the authors who are jumping on the Christian fiction bandwagon either to take advantage of its popularity or to increase their readership base, and merely pop in a Christian character and remove the sex and innuendo from their stories.
Then you have authors like Anne Rice who are flip-flopping around the topic and the rationales like a beached fish.