Peter Kreeft is a remarkable writer on religion, philosophy and ethics. His long list of books includes well known titles such as "Making Choices: Practical Wisdom for Everyday Moral Decisions" and "Fundamentals of the Faith: Essays In Christian Apologetics". This book is a collection of six magnificent essays on the third millennium looked from the light of C.S.Lewis thinking. It is a sharp criticism of our times, together with a call for action and a message of hope for better times. Kreeft does research on the thinking of C.S.Lewis and the book is based on one of his best known books (in fact it cites exhaustively many others): "The Abolition of Man". However, and although I think C.S.Lewis was one of the best writers of the (past) century, this book is even clearer and sharper than Lewis. The list of "sicknesses" of our times and counter argumentation given in the third essay should be read by everyone! A must read!