C. S. Lewis for the Third Millennium: Six Essays on The Abolition of Man is unavailable, but you can change that!

Kreeft, one of the foremost students of Lewis’ thought, distills Lewis’ reflections on the collapse of western civilization and the way to renew it. Few writers have more lucidly grasped the meaning of modern times than Lewis. Kreeft’s reflections on Lewis’ thought provide explorations into the questions of our times, providing light and hope in an age of darkness.

11. Optimistic humanism: the denial of the existence of human badness; 12. Cynicism: the denial of the existence of human goodness; 13. Pop-psychobabble: the niceness of goodness and the nastiness of badness; 14. Moral philistinism: the dullness of goodness and the beauty of badness; 15. Rationalism: the simplicity and plainness of goodness; 16. Calvinism: the reduction of goodness to arbitrary divine decree; 17. Secularism: the reduction of goodness to the merely horizontal (human); 18.
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