George MacDonald's poetry, fairy tales, fantasies, and fiction clothe his deep spiritual insights. His sermons, lectures, essays, and novels demonstrate his wide range of interest in literary as well as religious thought. MacDonald's letters, several biographies and anthologies, all published near the end of the twentieth century, show the remarkable quality of his life and his compassionate inner being. All of MacDonald's books are now in print. George MacDonald Exposes False Conflicts is the only book to bring the rich, healing insights of nineteenth century George MacDonald into the present so that they interact with contemporary religious and scientific movements and conflicts. MacDonald discovered that certain inherited beliefs contain hidden conflicts between Jesus and God, between divine justice and divine mercy, and between science and religion. This book offers George MacDonald's powerful, plausible, and enlivening ways to think about these relationships.