It Was a Cruel, Cruel World: Death and Life Before and After the Fall (Part 1)

Alfred, Lord Tennyson, in his long poem In Memoriam A.H.H. (1850), gave a description of the natural order,Tho’ Nature, red in tooth and clawWith ravine, shriek’d against his creedTennyson used this phrase “red in tooth and claw” to describe the dilemma between the apparent callousness of the natural realm versus the love embodied in the … Continue reading It Was a Cruel, Cruel World: Death and Life Before and After the Fall (Part 1)