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Blamires writes in a pithy, engaging way about the kind of world view that dominates the western world. The nineteen chapters are each a short essay on some aspect of modern culture including marriage, divorce, democracy and the economy. In a style which Jim Packer compares to C.S.Lewis, Blamires shows the bankruptcy of much modern thought. Without the Christian heritage to guide it modern thinking is confused and lost. My only criticism of Blamires is his lack of sympathy for the post-Christian world. He gives short shrift to Christians who have tried to make what they do relevant to the modern world and, instead, he waxes lyrical about the High Anglican tradition. He is strong on description but his prescription is weak!
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