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Dust Tracks on a Road Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 12, Religion (c. 15) Summary

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Chapter 12, Religion (c. 15) Summary and Analysis

The author explains that her father was a high quality preacher. She describes for readers his revivals. These were quite dramatic. It seems that he was one of those who gave the audience a passionate and personal view of the magma layer of the planet only he taught everyone that it was Hell and was the place for the unrepentant sinners but Zora never informs readers that her father acknowledged that his vision of Hell was a reasonably accurate description of how fiery molten lava is, and how much molten rock fire there really is as part of the Earth. Zora explains that her father's revivals often ran for two weeks at a time. Usually, she reports, he was able to lead 75 people through this process each time.

She admits that there is some kind of problem, for her in learning...

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