Burning Religion Reading #7: The Inquisition

This reading comes from one of many tall tales called The Adventures of Gwyn Dee. These tales form a small book within a book, which are designed to model a contemporary version of the absurd medieval works of Cervantes or Rabelais, in which Mikhail Bakhtin saw an ambivalent mocking humor turning the world upside down. Along with this absurd humor, the Adventures of Gwyn Dee are meant to represent the crooked path may of us have taken in our pursuit of authentic spirituality.

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