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|Title||:||Mr. World and Miss Church-Member A twentieth century allegory|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||283 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Mr. World and Miss Church-Member A twentieth century allegory Reviews
C.S. Lewis liked to say that every age has its blind spots, therefore we should read old books. I have found that to be sound advice. This book is a case in point. While suffering from a blind spot or two from its own age (the turn of the last century), I found it to be surprisingly eye-opening, and (from a history geek's perspective) a useful snapshot of the state of the church and society at a time when 'progressive thought' was starting to take over some aspects of society. It's a little bit Pilgrim's Progress, a little bit The Screwtape Letters, a little bit Dante's Divine Comedy - but with a voice, and features, and insights, all its own. I also enjoyed how the author wove some of the technology and futuristic ideas of his day into the story.