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Ralph C. Wood

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* [[2002]]: ''Christianity and Literature'' #51
 
* [[2002]]: ''Christianity and Literature'' #51
 
** "Teaching and Living and Dying 'As If Nothing Had Happened': The Example of J.R.R. Tolkien"
 
** "Teaching and Living and Dying 'As If Nothing Had Happened': The Example of J.R.R. Tolkien"
* [[2003]]: ''Christian History'' XI
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* [[2003]]: ''[[Christian History]]''
 
** "Good and Evil in Middle-earth"
 
** "Good and Evil in Middle-earth"
 
* [[2003]]: ''Christian Century'' #120
 
* [[2003]]: ''Christian Century'' #120
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* [[2007]]: ''[[Tree of Tales: Tolkien, Literature, and Theology]]'' (eds. [[Trevor Hart]] and [[Ivan Khovacs]])
 
* [[2007]]: ''[[Tree of Tales: Tolkien, Literature, and Theology]]'' (eds. [[Trevor Hart]] and [[Ivan Khovacs]])
 
** "Tolkien's Augustinian Understanding of Good and Evil: Why ''The Lord of the Rings'' Is Not Manichean"
 
** "Tolkien's Augustinian Understanding of Good and Evil: Why ''The Lord of the Rings'' Is Not Manichean"
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===Reviews===
 
===Reviews===
 
* [[1979]]: ''Christian Century'' #96
 
* [[1979]]: ''Christian Century'' #96

Revision as of 10:31, 23 December 2010

Ralph Cecil Wood is Professor of Theology and Literature at Baylor University in Waco, Texas. He has published several books and essays on contemporary American authors and the Inklings.

Contents

Bibliography, selected

Books

Articles and Essays

  • 2002: Christianity and Literature #51
    • "Teaching and Living and Dying 'As If Nothing Had Happened': The Example of J.R.R. Tolkien"
  • 2003: Christian History
    • "Good and Evil in Middle-earth"
  • 2003: Christian Century #120
    • "Frodo's Faith: Middle-earth truths"
  • 2003: Pages Sept/Oct issue
    • "What Tolkien Knew — and Believed"
  • 2004: Christian Reflection
    • "Frodo's Forgiveness"
  • 2004: Reformed Quarterly
    • "Following the Hobbit Trail: Ralph Wood, Expert on J.R.R. Tolkien" (interview)
  • 2006: The Gift of Story: Narrating Hope in a Postmodern World (eds. Emily Griesinger and Mark Eaton)
    • "J.R.R. Tolkien: Postmodern Visionary of Hope"
  • 2007: Tree of Tales: Tolkien, Literature, and Theology (eds. Trevor Hart and Ivan Khovacs)
    • "Tolkien's Augustinian Understanding of Good and Evil: Why The Lord of the Rings Is Not Manichean"

Reviews

External links