Category Archives: Dostoevsky

Evil and Witness

The greatest problem or mystery that faces the Christian narrative is the problem of evil.  Or, we rather should say that it is the greatest problem that faces any narrative, whether theist or atheist.  How one thinks about, articulates, responds, … Continue reading

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Tolstoy or Dostoevsky?

David B. Hart comes down on the Tolstoy side of the scale when compared to Dostoevsky simply because of artistry, Tolstoy’s ability as a writer to not only create other worlds but to accurately describe the inner worlds of his … Continue reading

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