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Fierce Invalids Home from Hot Climates has as its core the universal theme of good versus evil; however in this book, neither good nor evil wins; it is a draw. The central point of the text is that in order for good to exist, evil must exist in tandem. The idea of the co-existence of good and evil in all things answers some of the difficult questions raised in this book: How is it that a holy institution like the Roman Catholic Church can be corrupt? How should one view the modern fascination with the Virgin Mary, when she appears only a few times, in passing, in the Bible? Why would a CIA agent take drugs and lust after his stepsister? Switters sees no conflict in these questions; he sees the good and evil in things simultaneously. Rather than fearing or fighting evil, he embraces the inherent good...

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