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Typological Realism in Contemporary Evangelical Fiction: Tragedy, Eternity, and The Shack

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									            Typological Realism in Contemporary
                              Evangelical Fiction:
                  Tragedy, Eternity, and The Shack
                                                                    Kenneth Paradis
                                                           Wilfrid Laurier University




                         The modern author who writes a novel based typologically on
                    themes from the Bible … is literally incapacitated by history and his
                    own consciousness from writing out of the faith that was accessible
                   even to the most sophisticated medieval authors. (Conversely,… any
                   modern work that used typology seriously and naively would remain,
                    almost
								
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