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Till We Have Faces review

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  • Stolzi
    Interesting review of dramatized version of the Lewis novel here http://www.nashscene.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?story=This_Week:Arts:Theater I have to ask myself
    Message 1 of 40 , Jun 11, 2004
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      Interesting review of dramatized version of the Lewis novel here

      http://www.nashscene.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?story=This_Week:Arts:Theater

      I have to ask myself about the tone of this reference, suggesting that
      Christianity is now "box office poison" -

      "It is certainly a tribute to Lewis the writer that, despite his linkage to
      so-called Christian literature and his knack for religious allegory, he
      continues to be widely read and referenced. "

      Ooo, that awful religious allegory! ooo!

      Then again, there's an awful lot of "so-called Christian literature" in the
      "Christian bookshops" of the land, the so-called applying more to the
      "literature" part than the "Christian" part, perhaps. And much of it, alas,
      blurbed with "In the tradition of C.S. Lewis."

      Diamond Proudbrook
    • clairedelune21@aol.com
      Thanks so much, Diamond. ;)
      Message 40 of 40 , Jun 19, 2004
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        Thanks so much, Diamond. ;)
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