I came across one quote that I thought was really great. The protagonist is struggling with what he believes and he says,
“I was a devoutly agnostic Protestant, and the God I didn’t believe in was Calvin’s...” p. 55Many of us have the residue of the truth in us. It was placed there by God. Unfortunately we use that residue as something to fight against, even when we don’t know what it is.
If you like sci-fi and fantasy and are tired of the emphasis on evil, give Stasheff a try.
Stasheff, Christopher. The Witch Doctor. New York: Ballantine Books, 1994.
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