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Tolkien's Ordinary Virtues: Exploring the Spiritual Themes of The Lord of the Rings (ISBN 0-8308-2312-3) by Mark Eddy Smith is a 141-page long book that explores the Christian qualities of goodness that can be discovered within the story of The Lord of the Rings.

It was written in 2002, and published by InterVarsity Press (Illinois) in paperback. The book became available also as an audio-book in 2005, from Blackstone Audiobooks, read by Simon Vance.

Table of contents Edit

  • Acknowledgements
  • Introduction
  • Part One - Ordinary Virtues
  • Part Two - A Good Beginning
  • Part Three - A New Beginning
  • Part Four - Help Unlooked-For
  • Part Five - The Good Fight
  • Part Six - The Road Goes Ever On And On

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