By Gina Dalfonzo
“The variety of Dorothy Sayers’s work makes it almost impossible to find anyone who can deal properly with it all,” wrote C. S. Lewis in his eulogy for his friend and fellow writer. “. . . I certainly can’t.”
To try to accomplish what even C. S. Lewis couldn’t do is a daunting prospect. Yet Plough has boldly set out to do just that with The Gospel in Dorothy L. Sayers, the latest installment in their series that emphasizes the faith of famous writers through excerpts from their work.
Best known as a detective writer, Dorothy L. Sayers also wrote plays, essays, and a seminal book on creativity, and even…
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