Marilynne Robinson’s Calvinist apology in fiction and essay
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While Calvinism has not fared particularly well in the mainstream Zeitgeist of late, Péter Pásztor’s paper reflects on how it has recently found a major apologist in the work of the novelist and essayist Marilynne Robinson. He makes the case that Robinson’s fiction and essays attempt no less than a re-furnishing of Protestantism, Calvinism in particular, with the intellectual poignancy it used to bear in Western thought and imagination.
Pásztor, P. (2013). Marilynne Robinson’s Calvinist apology in fiction and essay. Theology in Scotland, 20(2), pp. 53-60.
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