A Theology of Heaven and Hell: Cantrapasso in Dante’s “Inferno” and “The Great Divorce”

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Lessons from The Great Divorce and Other Observations

The sensualist, I'll allow ye, begins by pursuing a real pleasure, though a small one. His sin is the less. But the time comes when, though the pleasure becomes less and less and the craving fiercer and fiercer, and though he knows that joy can never come that way, yet he prefers to joy the … Continue reading Lessons from The Great Divorce and Other Observations