Dorothy Sayers is best known for her mysteries, a series of novels and short stories set between the First and Second World Wars that feature English aristocrat and amateur sleuth Lord Peter Wimsey. She is also known for her plays, literary criticism, and essays. She is also wicked smart in commentaries on faith and life and the peaching of the church.    In the days before covid she noticed that “We are constantly told that the churches are empty because preachers insist too much upon doctrine -dull dogma as people call it. The fact is the exact opposite. It is the neglect of dogma that makes for dullness. The Christian faith is the most exciting drama that ever staggered the imagination of man -and the dogma is the drama.” And, after a vivid summary of what the church has the sheer unthinkable audacity to believe, she adds in bewilderment, “If this is dull, then what, in heaven’s name, is worthy to be called exciting?”