Re: [mythsoc] Lewis & Williams
No, I haven't read it yet-- ask again in a month or so, as it is in my
queue (but it's a very, very large queue at the moment).
As far as theology being outside the scope of this Society, I, too,
would welcome some elaboration-- so much of the literature that we
touch on has such a large theological dimension, I find such a
distinction rather counter-intuitive, though if there is such a rule,
better I know now (than, say, after I've submitted a fairly
theological paper to the Mythopoeic Society instead of the general
Tolkien 2005 conference ;)
On Thu, 24 Mar 2005 09:35:04 -0800, Rateliff, John
> > From: Stolzi
> > But theology is really outside the scope of this Society and List.
> Is it? Good to know. That explains the silence to my request for
> information on Pearce's book; I assumed it meant no one here has read it, or
> at least found it memorable enough for comment. Is the rule not to mention
> religion at all or simply to keep any reference v. general?
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