C. S. R. Tolkien And Heroism

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humble character who appeals to all. In a letter to his friend in 1913 Tolkien described his hero as explaining the wonder of Christ in religion.

As the Christian church has played a central role in society for centuries, this source, is relevant in terms of providing an understanding of heroism from a religious perspective. The article is written clearly in an accessible, formal and logical manner. The C.S. Lewis Foundation publications are reviewed by academic and religious peers so as to encourage open rigorous discussion about Christianity. Tolkien was a student at Exeter College Oxford, and was held in high regards as a thinker and academic. Those entrusted to manage his foundation will take care of this academic legacy. Whilst providing
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