Harry Blamires

Harry Blamires, an esteemed retired English literature professor, has written numerous books ranging from novels to literary criticism to works of Christian apologetics. He started writing in the late 1940s at the encouragement of his friend C. S. Lewis, who was his tutor at Oxford University. He is the author of The New Bloomsday Book: A Guide Through Ulysses, The Christian Mind, and The Post-Christian Mind.


Volume 41

Guests on Volume 41: Harry Blamires, on resisting secularism; David Healy, on antidepressants and the concept of disease; Christine Pohl, on the modern challenges to the practice of hospitality; Paul Gutjahr, on the changing place of the Bible in American culture; Francis Fukuyama, on human nature and the shape of moral community; Paul Corby Finney, on visual arts and the Calvinist tradition; and J. A. C. Redford, on Christmas Music and the Incarnation.