Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Lovecraft and Religion: An Online Essay

Chrispy does not know Klinghoffer, but his essay mentions HPL at length in a religious context.

... an author I enjoy, a committed Darwinist and atheist -- H.P. Lovecraft (1890-1937) -- allows us to contemplate. In his terrifically imaginative horror stories, most set in a spooky, antiquated New England, the great theme is that humanity is but a tiny, unimportant speck in an unimaginably vast universe that has cast up innumerable varieties of extraterrestrial beings, some of which have colonized our planet.

More here.


priscian said...

P. Z. Myers thinks that Klinghoffer will be eaten last.

Chris Perridas said...


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