The Great Divorce is a theological dream vision by C. S. Lewis, in which he reflects on the Christian conceptions of Heaven and Hell. Sources - Plot summary - Stage adaptation.
Lewis was that rare sort of genius, able to combine high theological insight with vivid imagination, and it is precisely this coming-together that.
9 Oct - 3 min - Uploaded by FPAVideos In C. S. Lewis' masterpiece The Great Divorce, lost souls take a bus ride to Heaven. Will.
“Locking Horns With C.S. Lewis” by Antony Flew > In The Great Divorce, Lewis describes heaven and hell with vivid clarity: the great.
C.S. Lewis' The Great Divorce is a look at mankind's road to heaven, paved by the result of individual choices.
An allegory along the lines of Dante's Divine Comedy, Christian apologist C.S. Lewis' book The Great Divorce was written, as Lewis explains in the preface.
The Great Divorce. 1. I SEEMED to be standing in a bus queue by the side of a long, mean street. Evening was just closing in and it was raining. I had been.
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Get this from a library! The great divorce. [C S Lewis; Rouben Mamoulian Collection (Library of Congress)] -- A symbolic fantasy which finds a busload of.