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This collection of sermons and theological essays by the beloved Victorian author explore the nature of God&’s truth and how it is revealed to us. The Victorian author, poet, and theologian George MacDonald inspired some of the greatest writers… of the early 20th century, including C.S. Lewis, who said MacDonald&’s books were pivotal in leading him toward Christianity. But while MacDonald&’s fiction remains popular—with such notable classics as Robert Falconer and At the Back of the North Wind—his theological nonfiction is often challenging for modern readers. Now MacDonald scholar and biographer Michael Phillips addresses this difficulty with this expertly edited edition of MacDonald&’s sermons and essays about God&’s truth. Each selection is accompanied by Phillips&’s illuminating commentary, providing readers with an essential road map into the expansive world of George MacDonald&’s theological writings.