Issue 7: C. S. Lewis

“I want God, not my idea of God” echoes throughout the words and works of C.S. Lewis, a man of immense imagination who defended supernatural Christianity during an era of modern, rationalist criticism. This issue of Christian History, the first on C.S. Lewis, explores his journey to faith, his prolific writings, and the people and influences that made him one of the greatest communicators of the Christian faith.

  • Profile of C.S. Lewis
  • Peter Kreeft on C.S. Lewis’s view of history
  • C.S. Lewis on reason, imagination, and meaning
  • C.S. Lewis on God’s transcendence
  • C.S. Lewis’s last published article on death
  • His life, thought, and theology

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