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December 02, 2003



See also Owen Barfield essay, "On Revelation" in Seven: Dedicated to the Inklings. He makes the case for on-going revelation, citing in that instance, Doestoyevsky. In other places he notes what others consider "revelatory", for instance, D.H. Lawrence and the rise of the sexual culture. (cf. Unancestral Voice) Truth can always surprise. Also interesting is a discussion between Barfield and C.S. Lewis represented in The Great War, by Lionel Adey, where it is noted that Lewis apparently did not believe in on-going revelation.

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