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Addicted to Mediocrity
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Schaeffer's approach grew out of the L'Abri community founded by his father Francis Schaeffer, and his almost-cynical style might remind some readers of the music of fellow L'Abri alumnus Steve Taylor. Those who have read Hans Rookmaker will also identify his cultural perspectives.
Another reviewer has suggested that this is an angry book. This is possibly slightly unfair, but it would be a reasonable criticism to say that this is not a particularly generous book: Schaeffer's passion for good art leaves little space for people who want to express themselves at a more ordinary level.
I got a lot out of this book, and it informed a lot of my subsequent views.
Highly recommended (as Schaeffer states himself) is Rookmaarker's works on faith and arts (again, a little dated now) as well as Al Wolters seminal theological piece, Creation Regained.