God’s Camelot

The Security of the Kingdom
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The allusion of Camelot came long after the scriptural pictures of heaven. But human vision has always idealized what began in the story of the Garden of Eden. Camelot produces gardens in our minds, though it is far broader than a simple garden. It represents that vision of perfection or more demonstrably utopia with justice and mercy and others. Visioning everything to be precise is a possibility that the human mind freely involves itself. There is no attempt to see Camelot allegorically in this book. But we all have the vision of the knights of the round table and their desires to make the kingdom successful. Yet Lancelot also plays a kind of role that is not uncommon to the human condition.

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