Appeared in Vol. 13 No. 1
This essay was originally given as a talk to the Society for Christian Culture Conference. It is a timely article which probes one aspect of the larger problem of how to bring Christian truth once again to a society which has both forgotten and repudiated its Christian heritage. Mr. Wolfe, in his first contribution to Faith & Reason, examines the difficulties and opportunities available to modern Christian poets as found in the writings of Gerard Manley Hopkins, T.S. Eliot, and Geoffrey Hill.
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