The Post-Christian Mind

The Post Christian Mind In his classic book Harry Blamires defined and explained the essential qualities of The Christian Mind Here he exposes the agenda of the secular mind vividly describing the way the media is trashing

  • Title: The Post-Christian Mind
  • Author: HarryBlamires J.I. Packer
  • ISBN: 9781573833219
  • Page: 173
  • Format: Paperback
  • In his classic book, Harry Blamires defined and explained the essential qualities of The Christian Mind Here he exposes the agenda of the secular mind, vividly describing the way the media is trashing Christian principles in every area of life human rights, marriage, family, morality, health, economy, environment, politics What we need, says Blamires, is a Christian bIn his classic book, Harry Blamires defined and explained the essential qualities of The Christian Mind Here he exposes the agenda of the secular mind, vividly describing the way the media is trashing Christian principles in every area of life human rights, marriage, family, morality, health, economy, environment, politics What we need, says Blamires, is a Christian backlash, a vigorous reponse to the new paganism of the contemporary world Like C.S Lewis, his teacher at Oxford and later his friend, Harry Blamires has written prolifically, from textbooks in his professional field to Christian fantasy novels and diagnostic apologies for mainstream faith His constant concern as a literary disciple is to display and defend the Christian way of thinking in a non thinking world The Post Christian Mind is true journalism shrewd reporting of what people around us think and do, with interactive comment offered on a basis of common humanity, common sense, and Christian insight The masterful clarity and precision of the analysis offers wisdom for us all J.I Packer, author of Knowing God

    One thought on “The Post-Christian Mind”

    1. This book is hard to review since I found so much to criticize. I have decided to critique this work by suggesting new titles that this could be published under:Misogynist Laments Lack of Women in KitchenOld Man Misses Victorian EraModernist Mind Reacts Against Postmodern CultureProfessor McRanty Hates Everything That Seems to be HappeningSolutionless Criticisms Against Post-Christian CultureThe Hasty Generalizer Oversimplifies EverythingAn Unnuanced Exploration of Philosophical Undercurrents Th [...]

    2. This one was easier than the Christian Mind, both linguistically and sentence-wise. The author is writing more American style. I kinda miss his British style, hmmm.As for the subjects that he discusses, they're very relevant to the problems/issue humanity and the Christian mind is facing today.

    3. An excellent book, it spells out much that I knew intuitively and was aware of, but gave me the reasons for my discomfort. A must read for Christians.

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