Here's a question for you from The Great Divorce. Later in the story, George MacDonald meets up with the narrator and becomes the guide into Heave. He says that, “all that are in hell, choose it." Do you agree with that?
Is it attitude, faith or works that is argued in the story as the way to becoming a solid person in Heaven? Maybe it's all three?
(References are about page 69-75 in HarperOne's most recent printing.)