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THAT HIDEOUS STRENGTH

C S Lewis readers will identify the main title of this new book: Melvin Tinker uses Lewis’s prescient fiction work as a launchpad for a fascinating look at the rapidly changing worldview of Western civilisation. Too often books dealing with these issues are academically inclined and not accessible by the ordinary reader: that is not the case here. Based on a lecture delivered at GAFCON in June 2018, this book will stimulate thinking and open the eyes of Christians to the dangers of the worldview relentlessly promoted by the media. We live in interesting times, times of rapid change where all that is solid seems truly to be melting into air. And, rather than be appalled by this, many in the West greet it as something great and good, even as the magnificent end of history. Melvin Tinker disagrees, and is right to do so. In this brief but pungent critique of our current cultural pathologies, he exposes how stories—the wrong stories— have come to grip our imaginations, how cultural politics has redrawn the map of perceived reality, and how only the story of Jesus Christ and his church can truly satisfy humanity's deepest longings, intellectual and spiritual.
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AuthorTINKER MELVIN
Pub Date01/09/2018
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How the West was lost by Melvin Tinker
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  • ISBN 9781783972401
  • Author TINKER MELVIN
  • Pub Date 01/09/2018
C S Lewis readers will identify the main title of this new book: Melvin Tinker uses Lewis’s prescient fiction work as a launchpad for a fascinating look at the rapidly changing worldview of Western civilisation. Too often books dealing with these issues are academically inclined and not accessible by the ordinary reader: that is not the case here. Based on a lecture delivered at GAFCON in June 2018, this book will stimulate thinking and open the eyes of Christians to the dangers of the worldview relentlessly promoted by the media. We live in interesting times, times of rapid change where all that is solid seems truly to be melting into air. And, rather than be appalled by this, many in the West greet it as something great and good, even as the magnificent end of history. Melvin Tinker disagrees, and is right to do so. In this brief but pungent critique of our current cultural pathologies, he exposes how stories—the wrong stories— have come to grip our imaginations, how cultural politics has redrawn the map of perceived reality, and how only the story of Jesus Christ and his church can truly satisfy humanity's deepest longings, intellectual and spiritual.