Modern Believing

Panentheism: The Abiding Significance of Honest to God

Modern Believing (2013), 54, (2), 112–124.

Abstract

The controversial bestseller Honest to God, written by John Robinson and published in 1963, has rarely been analysed in terms of the doctrine of panentheism. The book itself does not use the word ‘panentheism’; yet this article, after defining the concept of panentheism, shows how it underlies and unites the content of Honest to God. The article goes on to show how, because of its panentheism, Honest to God has enduring significance.

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Brierley, Michael