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6-15-19 Lewis, Tolkien and the Anti-federalists

Lewis, Tolkien and the Anti-federalists – The Common Theme?

Is there a common theme between the writings of Lewis, Tolkien and the Anti-federalists? I believe that there is. The fundamentals of truth are more than and theme. The approach of each author, in the case of the Anti-federalists: authors, transcends style to, as Aslan says, “The deeper meaning of things.”

I have read all these works numerous times over the last forty plus years. By taking my time in reading these books I can absolutely see a common theme. The question is: Can You?

This week, I explore the most rudimentary connection between C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien and the Anti-federalists. I’m not the literary genus or philosophical sage as many other I know but, I do know the Anti-federalist. With out a doubt in my analysis, I can assure you that there is a connection. Whether it is a theme or something more fundamental, you will have to find out from either watching the video or listening to the podcast of the program.

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