Madness, mystery and the survival of God


Luckily He is not depending on any help from Isabel Clarke.  Vaguely described as ‘a clinical psychologist’, she is attempting to promulgate some sort of reconciliation between the intuitive and the analytic, and discuss the relationship between the spiritual and the psychotic.  It sometimes begins to be interesting but feels thin and casual.  I can’t entirely decide if the author is intellectually underpowered for the task, or is merely a poor writer, but in any case, sorry Isabel, nice try, but this subject seems to be out of your league.


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