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God Game by Andrew Greeley

God Game (1986)

by Andrew Greeley

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  rustyoldboat | May 28, 2011 |
One of my favourite books. I've read it three or four times now, and I usually get started and don't stop until I've finished. In fact, it's about time I read it again ... ( )
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The secular scripture tells us that we are the creators. Other scriptures tell us that we are actors in a drama of divine creations and redemption. Even Alice is troubled by the thought that her dream may not have been hers but the Red King's. Identity and self-recognition begin when we realize that this is not an either-or question, when the great twins of divine creation and human recreation have merged into one, and we can see that the same shape is upon both.
-Northrup Frye
Grace builds on nature.
-St. Thomas Aquinas
God draws straight with crooked lines.
-Portuguese proverb, quoted by Paul Claudell
For Nathan and Elisa and the princesses
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It was Nathan's fault that I became God
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Greeley, the phenomenally bestselling Catholic priest-turned writer departs from his usual style to venture into the realm of heroic fantasy with an unusual slant. His story centers around a man who starts seeing images of real people on his computer screen, people in desperate trouble, whom he feels compelled to help. HC: Warner.

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