NOTHING NEW UNDER THE SUN

I recently described the 1888 novel Robert Elsmere, which in its day was a global best-seller, and in itself a major contributor to contemporary debates over faith and skepticism. For modern readers, the book is a terrific resource as a snapshot of religious thought and debate at that era. The main lesson you learn is [Read More...]

ROBERT ELSMERE

I recently posted about The Damnation Of Theron Ware, a classic example of a book that was hugely popular and influential for some decades, but is now largely forgotten. Actually, literary history is littered with such cases, and their oblivion is often unfortunate, as some of these texts – like Theron Ware itself – are [Read More...]


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