Updated: Sep 18, 2020
Protagonists and antagonists are both essential characters in a story, but they propel the plot in different and usually opposite ways. The protagonist works toward the central goal of a story, while the antagonist works against the goal. The words “protagonist” and “antagonist” are antonyms. In storytelling terms, this means that protagonists and antagonists are opposing forces within a story.
Life is a story. The Protagonist - God, the Creator of all, is working towards His goal of reconciling the world to peace and harmony in Him. The Antagonist - The devil, is working against God. This story called “life” however, takes it a bit further, because in reality you never literally see the face of God or the devil; instead you see their children.
Sometimes in life we find ourselves dealing with the children of the antagonist. But, with the power of love, we can be heroes no matter what the enemy throws at us. You can even convert your enemy into a friend if you do it right. Either way, in the end we win.
Reference Scriptures - 2 Cor 3:2-3, Matt 13:24-43
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