The postmodern movement introduced a nihilistic philosophy of reading that divorced a work of literature from any kind of meaning. As Christians, we see red flags when we hear the word "nihilism," but could it be that sometimes we fall into this same trap? Is there such a thing as Christian Deconstructionism? Join the Andrews clan as we sit down to hash out the implications of reading literature to teach morals.
– "Those of us who have been true readers all our life seldom fully realize the enormous extension of our being which we owe to authors." -C.S. Lewis, An Experiment in Criticism
– War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy
– The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt
– Bust It Like a Mule by Caleb Mannan
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