Rootedness in G. K. Chesterton, C. S. Lewis, and Wendell Berry
Imprint: Pickwick Publications
"Drawing on the insight and wisdom of G. K. Chesterton, C. S. Lewis, and Wendell Berry, David Harden offers readers an answer to the age-old question, 'What are people for?' In doing so, Harden shows how our disenchanted world can be re-enchanted, the fragments of the modern age made whole, and the human put back in humanity. Placed People is a fine introduction to these influential writers and their significance."
--Devin Brown, Asbury University
"Placed People opens new lines of inquiry relating to the lives and works of three significant twentieth-century apologists for a return to more thoughtful and sustainable relationships to the earth, God, and human communities . . . Harden's religious and value-sensitive examination of economy, ecology, ethics, and the humanities in Chesterton, Lewis, and Berry suggests paths to understanding human beings' 'placed' relationship in a rapidly changing world."
--Ed Block, Emeritus Professor of English, Marquette University