The Thomas Merton Center at Bellarmine University

Reviews of:

Illusions of Freedom: Thomas Merton and Jacques Ellul on Technology and the Human Condition

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01 This book draws on the thinking of two Christian writers, Jacques Ellul, aGardner, Fiona Modern Believing 56.3 (2015): 347-349.
02 This year marks the centenary of the birth of the famous Trappist monk,Casper, Christian F. Anglican Theological Review 97.3 (Summer 2015): 570-571.
03 In the context of the growing interest that has developed in recent years on the topicO'Connell, Patrick F. Catholic Books Review [online].
04 In the second decade of the twenty‚Äźfirst century, writers such as SherryCarr, James M. Reviews in Religion & Theology 25.1 (January 2018): 151-154.
ANNUAL Some years ago, on a plane trip from New York to San Francisco, authorMatthews, Gray Merton Annual 28: 251-254.
JOURNAL A hamster roaming the kitchen in his plastic ball, a consumer eyeing theStoddart, Eric The Merton Journal 22.2 (Advent 2015): 20-22.
SEASONALFostering Freedom, Transcending TechniqueIn our globalized culture, bombarded with digital images and mesmerized by gushing streams ofOyer, Gordon The Merton Seasonal 40.2 (Summer 2015): 34-36.