Completing the Atonement? A Lewisian Experiment in Theology, Memory and Poetry

I tend to think of memories as the decayed remains of past events—the bits and pieces I have managed to salvage and store away, to treasure in the present. But I have no confidence, due to repeated experience, that these bits and pieces are in … Continue reading Completing the Atonement? A Lewisian Experiment in Theology, Memory and Poetry