For half a century, the war between good and evil has scorched the pages of Norman Mailer's work. Is he trying to tell us something?
"THERE ARE ONLY two views that face all the facts," wrote C.S. Lewis with his characteristic lectern-thumping certainty in "Mere Christianity" (1952). "One is the Christian view that this is a good world that has gone wrong, but still retains the memory of what it ought to have been. The other is the view called Dualism....I personally think that next ... (Full article: 1406 words)
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