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J.R.R. Tolkien: Myth, Morality, and Religion
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Leave a Comment. Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Tumblr. About the Author: Bradley J. Bradley J. Related Posts. November 18th, 0 Comments. November 16th, 1 Comment. The result is that his conclusions appear a trifle tenuous. On occasion, her efforts at sociological reductionism reduce her analysis to the level of the inane. Furthermore it is clear that she has no sympathy with, and no comprehension or conception of, the theological depths from which Tolkien drew the inspiration for his myth-making.
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It begins with God! Her essay protrudes like an awkward-looking sore thumb from the rest of the book, to such an extent that one has to question the wisdom of its inclusion in the first place. Perhaps the finest essay in the whole collection is that by Leonie Caldecott.
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It is not merely what she says which is so delightful but the wonderful way in which she says it. I wish, in fact, that space permitted citation at length, particularly of the concluding three paragraphs of her essay. There is much else besides. Two essays on Fairy-Tales by Chesterton serve as an appropriate appendix to the volume, reiterating the deep-rooted creative affinity between G. Chesterton and J. Stay informed and enjoy the latest writings of the University Bookman by joining our email list. Your Name.
Your E-mail. A professor of philosophy at Western Washington University who made important contributions to Tolkien and C.
Lewis studies, he was born on March 13, , and received his Ph. Like Tolkien, he was a Catholic convert. Lewis and J.
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Tolkien Zondervan, ; rev. A later book, J. Other essays discuss religious and theological matters in The Lord of the Rings and The Silmarillion.