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Title: Fiction is truth: novels as a source for (paradoxical) theology
Authors: Hess, Carol Lakey
Keywords: Fiction
Theology
Issue Date: 22-Oct-2009
Abstract: "The art of fiction tells truth because it is the truth of life that goes into making good fiction: love, hate, fear, courage, delight, sorrow, betrayal, loyalty, confusion, choice, circumstance, luck, injustice. These essential qualities, says the author, are also the qualities of sound theology, with a sense of time and place; and raising relevant questions without offering absolute answers." from the abstract of the author's similarly titled periodical article.
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