T.S. Eliot’s God was no mere fantasy or abstraction: he was a tough, strange, sorrowful savior presiding over a world gone terribly wrong. In this episode of “Young Heretics,” Spencer Klavan concludes his series on Eliot by walking through the passages in “Four Quartets” which outline the trinity to reveal what God looks like in the modern world.

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