342Re: Sales of Lewis's books
- Jul 7, 1999In a message dated 7/7/99 3:23:28 PM Eastern Daylight Time, Stolzi@...
> Lewis himself was plenty conservative politically.Yes, but I wonder if he still wasn't *explicitly* conservative enough
politically to satisfy some people. On the average, his political opinions
would be considered somewhat conservative these days (although some would be
a little more conservative than most people now and some a little more
liberal than most people now), but he didn't tend to discuss his political
opinions in his books much. Partly this was he considered important issues
to be "pre-political" (in the sense that they had to be resolved before one
could even begin to do politics), but partly this was because he was trying
to keep the issues discussed in his books to what he considered "mere
On thinking about this issue though, I now suspect that the paucity of
Lewis's books in religious bookstores these days is more because the
lightweightedness of these stores and because many of them don't find Lewis
to be sufficiently *explicitly* fundamentalist.
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