"C.S. Lewis as a media critic."

By: [LEWIS, C.S.] James HEISER.

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Within: The Intercollegiate Review; a journal of scholarship and opinion, vol. 27, no. 2, Spring 1992. 8vo. 59 pp. Printed wrappers. Fine. Full Contents: Ralph E. Ancil, Richard Weaver and the Metaphysics of Property – M. E. Bradford, Text and Context: Reading Faulkner's Intruder in the Dust – H. Lee Cheek, Jr., American Conservatism Revisited – Edward E. Ericson, Jr., Solzhenitsyn and the Rebuilding of Russia – James Heiser, C. S. Lewis as Media Critic – Russell Kirk, The Marriage of Rights and Duties – John P. McCarthy, Hilaire Belloc in the Late 1930s – James E. Person, Jr., Constitutional Conservatism – Robert Royal, 1492 and Multiculturalism. While C. S. Lewis is known for his contribution to Christian apologetics, he also dedicated much attention to the American press. Lewis usually took a calm and scholarly approach in his writings, so his heated denunciation of modern newspapers was somewhat out of character. Nor was his rejection of the press mere intellectual snobbery, since this was not a quality he exhibited. Lewis believed, rather, that current journalistic practices threaten the very root of our society. This essay discusses Lewis' contribution as a media critic.

Title: "C.S. Lewis as a media critic."

Author Name: [LEWIS, C.S.] James HEISER.

Categories: Religion,

Publisher: Bryn Mawr:, Intercollegiate Review, 1992.: 1992

lbs: 3.00 lbs

Seller ID: BL3844

Keywords: Religion