Man’s relationship to a Divine Being is one of the persisting concerns of literature, with modern leanings contending that God does not exist or does not involve himself with man. C.S. Lewis’s Till We Have Faces concerns itself with this approach to God, proposing that it might not be God who is the problem but man’s perception of him.
Presented at the 1997 Frances White Ewbank Colloquium.
"Till We Have Faces: A Restoration of Perspective on the Condition of Man,"
Inklings Forever: Published Colloquium Proceedings 1997-2016: Vol. 1, Article 13.
Available at: https://pillars.taylor.edu/inklings_forever/vol1/iss1/13
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