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'''Christian History''' was a periodical published by ''[[wikipedia:Christianity Today|Christianity Today]]''. The fourth issue of volume 22 ([[2003]]) was dedicated completely to Tolkien.
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'''''Christian History'' 78''' is an issue, dedicated completely to [[J.R.R. Tolkien|Tolkien]], of the periodical ''Christian History''.
 
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==Articles==
==History==
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* Chris Armstrong, Steven Gertz: "Windows on the life and work of J.R.R. Tolkien"
* [[Chris Armstrong]], [[Steven Gertz]]: "Windows on the life and work of J.R.R. Tolkien"
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* Chris Armstrong: "He Gave Us Back Myth and with It, Truth."
* [[Chris Armstrong]]: "He Gave Us Back Myth and with It, Truth."
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* [[Clyde S. Kilby]]: "Meeting Professor Tolkien"
 
* [[Clyde S. Kilby]]: "Meeting Professor Tolkien"
 
* [[Bradley J. Birzer]]: "Tolkien: The Man Behind the Myth"
 
* [[Bradley J. Birzer]]: "Tolkien: The Man Behind the Myth"
* [[Steven Gertz]]: "Most Married Man"
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* Steven Gertz: "Most Married Man"
 
* [[Tom Shippey]]: "A Feeling for Language"
 
* [[Tom Shippey]]: "A Feeling for Language"
 
* [[Clyde S. Kilby]]: "A Niggling Art"
 
* [[Clyde S. Kilby]]: "A Niggling Art"
 
* [[Joseph Pearce]]: "The Christian Humanists"
 
* [[Joseph Pearce]]: "The Christian Humanists"
* [[David Mills]]: "One Truth, Many Tales"
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* David Mills: "One Truth, Many Tales"
* [[Thomas Howard]]: "SacramentaL Imagination"
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* Thomas Howard: "SacramentaL Imagination"
 
* [[Ralph C. Wood]]: "Good and Evil in Middle-earth"
 
* [[Ralph C. Wood]]: "Good and Evil in Middle-earth"
* [[Jennifer Lynn Woodruff]]: "The Inklings"
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* Jennifer Lynn Woodruff: "The Inklings"
 
* [[Colin Duriez]]: "Tollers and Jack"
 
* [[Colin Duriez]]: "Tollers and Jack"
* [[Humphrey Caprenter]]: "Hobbits and Englishman"
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* [[Humphrey Carpenter]]: "Hobbits and Englishman"
* [[Aaron Belz]]: "Father of Epic Fantasy"
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* Aaron Belz: "Father of Epic Fantasy"
* [[Michael Foster]]: "An Unexpected Party"
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* Michael Foster: "An Unexpected Party"
 
* [[Humphrey Carpenter]]: "The 'idol' speaks"
 
* [[Humphrey Carpenter]]: "The 'idol' speaks"
* [[Steven Gertz]], [[Chris Armstrong]]: "Understanding Tolkien"
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* Steven Gertz, Chris Armstrong: "Understanding Tolkien"
  
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
* '''[http://www.christianitytoday.com/ Official website]'''
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* '''[http://www.ctlibrary.com/ch/2003/issue78/ Online version, excerpts]'''
 
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Revision as of 14:15, 19 October 2012

Christian History: J.R.R. Tolkien (issue 78)
Christian History 78.png
ContributorsVarious
PublisherChristianity Today International
Released2003
FormatPaperback

Christian History 78 is an issue, dedicated completely to Tolkien, of the periodical Christian History.

Articles

  • Chris Armstrong, Steven Gertz: "Windows on the life and work of J.R.R. Tolkien"
  • Chris Armstrong: "He Gave Us Back Myth and with It, Truth."
  • Clyde S. Kilby: "Meeting Professor Tolkien"
  • Bradley J. Birzer: "Tolkien: The Man Behind the Myth"
  • Steven Gertz: "Most Married Man"
  • Tom Shippey: "A Feeling for Language"
  • Clyde S. Kilby: "A Niggling Art"
  • Joseph Pearce: "The Christian Humanists"
  • David Mills: "One Truth, Many Tales"
  • Thomas Howard: "SacramentaL Imagination"
  • Ralph C. Wood: "Good and Evil in Middle-earth"
  • Jennifer Lynn Woodruff: "The Inklings"
  • Colin Duriez: "Tollers and Jack"
  • Humphrey Carpenter: "Hobbits and Englishman"
  • Aaron Belz: "Father of Epic Fantasy"
  • Michael Foster: "An Unexpected Party"
  • Humphrey Carpenter: "The 'idol' speaks"
  • Steven Gertz, Chris Armstrong: "Understanding Tolkien"

External links