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Judith E. SmithThe breadth of Vanauken's reflections is quite remarkable. He is poet, storyteller, and apologist, his writing interspersed with C. S. Lewis's letters. For me, the book evoked tears at many points, confronted me with the lack of rigor with which I think about my own faith, and called me to deeper commitments in my own life. Most of all, it presented a new understanding of God's mercy that I found uncomfortable but provocative-a mercy that can be severe indeed.