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Literature through the eyes of faith

Author: Susan V Gallagher; Roger Lundin
Publisher: San Francisco : Harper & Row, ©1989.
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This comprehensive study, cosponsored by the Christian College Coalition, addresses questions faced by students in introductory literature courses. It examines literature as a form of human action and argues that the reading and writing of literary works provide vital ways for men and women to act as responsible agents in God's world. Building upon the doctrine of Creation, the authors show how the reading of  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Susan V Gallagher; Roger Lundin
ISBN: 0060653183 9780060653187
OCLC Number: 18463454
Notes: Spine title: Literature.
Description: xxvii, 192 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: pt. 1. Why should we read literature? Understanding our experience ; The language of literature ; The place of stories ; Reading and the Christian vocation ; Keeping literature in perspective --
pt. 2. What happens when we read? How should we read? ; What happens when we read? ; The conflict of interpretations --
pt. 3. How should we select and evaluate what we read? The value and limits of the classics ; Was this author a Christian? : when texts use Christian ideas ; Evaluating literature : the good, the bad, and the ugly ; How literary forms create meaning ; Genres and the Christian faith : metafiction, comedy, and tragedy.
Other Titles: Literature.
Responsibility: Susan V. Gallagher and Roger Lundin.
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This comprehensive study, cosponsored by the Christian College Coalition, addresses questions faced by students in introductory literature courses. It examines literature as a form of human action and argues that the reading and writing of literary works provide vital ways for men and women to act as responsible agents in God's world. Building upon the doctrine of Creation, the authors show how the reading of literature helps us to be more effective interpreters of the stories and images we encounter daily. They demonstrate that great works of literature open up a realm of beauty and truth and help us gain an understanding of ourselves, God, and the world.

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