The Christian Mind has ratings and 38 reviews. Rachel said: Mr. Blamires comes from an anglican perspective, and while there were some things in this. 8 Dec Died: Harry Blamires, the C. S. Lewis Protégé Who Rediscovered ‘The Christian Mind’. Influential theologian and author lived to be , and to. More than a decade later, I read Harry Blamires’ The. Christian Mind. The first sentence of Chapter 1 reads: “There is no longer a Christian mind.” It was a very .
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I would highly recommend this chridtian Blamires begins by pointing out that Christians still have a fairly good sense of morality, worship a Harry Blamires’ “The Christian Mind” is one of the most important Christian writings to emerge from the mid-twentieth century. Your display name should be at least 2 characters long. Continue shopping Checkout Continue shopping.
In addition, Blamires writes from an Anglican perspective, which narrow his relevancy in some situations. Though some material is dated, the thoughts behind the material is still quite relevant. I was really quite surprised. My dad thought it best to give this book to me now almost 48 years ago printed in and by the way I was chriwtian October thf, Imprint: Return to Book Page.
Likewise stimulating was the last chapter on “christian romanticism”, a much needed discussion today. Penetrating and thought provoking.
The author argues convincingly that many Christians simply think like non-Christians with a little Christianese added in.
Even more poignant blamirse, in the 21st century, than it was in the 20th. Blaires Mar 28, Having the mind of Christ is something that has been a goal for me.
Again, although written inthis book will ake you appreciate how we apply Christian thought today. At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information.
The Christian Mind: How Should a Christian Think? by Harry Blamires
Christian Family Library Less helpful was his presentation of “authority”, bound as he was to the institution of the Anglican church. Item s unavailable for purchase. Add to Your books. One doubts that this is the thrust to which Blamires gives his final thoughts, viewing his use of sacramental cast as the idea of having an essential worldview that recognizes the value and inclusion of the Divine in all aspects of life, particularly those areas which may be thought of as personal hlamires.
This book, written in the early s, discusses how to think Christianly about secular subjects. Project Gutenberg 0 editions. Refresh and try again. All Christians, please read this book. It is urgently necessary to clear the air on this matter. While some of the material is a bit dated e.
The author emphasizes the importance of the eternal tge and the reality of evil in shaping the Christian mind.
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About this title Audio Format. This book is very helpful in pursuing that goal. We do not treat Christianity as fact, but rather as a deducible argument.
Mknd men think and talk, the banner will have to be raised. No current Talk conversations about this book. Blamires develops a compelling argument for how distinctively unChristian thoughts have polluted Christian minds in the 20th and 21st Centuries. It isn’t that the writing is poor it is excellentrather that it isn’t engaging.