The final item in this Graham Greene mini-series concerns his interesting dream about God. In his novel The Honorary Consul Greene's dreamed theory is explained in the following passage:
The God I believe in must be responsible for all the evil as well as for all the saints. He has to be a God made in our image with a night-side as well as a day-side. When you speak of the horror [...] you are speaking of the night-side of God. I believe the time will come when the night-side will wither away [...] and we shall see only the simple daylight of the good God. You believe in evolution [...] even though whole generations [...] slip backwards to the beasts. It is a long struggle and a long suffering evolution, and I believe God is suffering the same evolution that we are, but perhaps with more pain.