The Briefing 11-22-13

The Briefing 11-22-13

1)  50 years after JFK assassination, American memory remains vivid, tragic, and intense

The JFK we had and the memory that lives, Washington Post (George F. Will)

2) A man of conviction and ideas – Has C.S. Lewis had greater and more long-standing influence than JFK?

The Chronicles of C. S. Lewis Lead to Poets’ Corner, New York Times (Steven Erlanger)

3) Aldous Huxley anticipated the “totalitarianism of pleasure”

‘Brave New World’ was a timely warning, The Telegraph (Allan Massie)



R. Albert Mohler, Jr.

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