George MacDonald - Sections 1 - 24 Summary & Analysis

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Sections 1 - 24 Summary

Section 1 states that it is at the point when a man is without feelings or emotions yet can still say that God is his refuge that his faith is perfect. Section 2 describes the attributes of perfect love. Section 3 describes the consuming fire of God. This fire cleans out from followers of God all that is not pure and holy. Section 4 states that fear is the beginning of godly wisdom. In Section 6 MacDonald suggests that God is ready and willing to burn the sinfulness out of people with the intent of making them better, less sinful people. It is the sin, however, and not the people that God so dislikes.

Section 8 states that anything mortal or destructible in man will be destroyed by God; it is God's law of nature. In section 9 it is stated that just because someone fears God, does not mean that God...

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