George MacDonald - Sections 251 - 274 Summary & Analysis

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Sections 251 - 274 Summary

In Section 252 MacDonald explains that all things, including darkness, come from God. There is no way to explain a place without God, MacDonald states in Section 253, because there is no place that God is not. Section 254 explains that it is not until men become complete in their sonship that they will be able to understand each other and other creatures completely. MacDonald states in Section 255 that each soul is unique and each has some uniqueness that others do not. It is each person's responsibility to share their uniqueness with others.

Evil is defined as all things that come from man and not from God in Section 257. Likewise, it is explained that whatever does not come from faith is sin. Section 258 refers to the emptiness of heroism. It is more important for a man to be rightfully humbled than to be wrongfully proud. True men are...

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