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Harry Blamires

Harry Blamires (born 6 November 1916) is an Anglican theologian, literary critic, and novelist. Now retired, Blamires served as head of the English department at King Alfreds College (now Winchester University) in Winchester, England. He started writing in the late 1940s at the encouragement of his friend and mentor C. S. Lewis, who had been his tutor at Oxford University. He turned 100 in November 2016.

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...the wise words of a friend and guide rang in my head. 'How would you distinguish a true servant o ...

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We ourselves have so long ceased to use it [the Christian worldview] except for the discussion of th ...

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There is no longer a Christian mind.

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. . . the Christian Mind has succumbed to the secular drift with a degree of weakness unmatched in C ...

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If Christians cannot communicate as thinking beings, they are reduced to encountering one another on ...

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In the upshot there is only one answer for the preacher who wonders whether he is worthy to preach t ...

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The bland assumption that the Church's life will continue to be fruitful so long as we go on praying ...

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The mental secularization of Christians means that nowadays we meet only as worshipping beings and a ...

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There is no longer a Christian mind ... the modern Christian has succumbed to secularization. He acc ...

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There is nothing in our experience, however trivial, worldly, or even evil, which cannot be thought ...

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