C.S. Lewis—On the Christ of a Religious Economy, 3.1: Creation and Sub-Creation opens with Lewis on creation, the fall, and humanity’s standing before God, and how such an understanding permeated all his work. P.H. Brazier’s book is written for academics and students, but also, crucially, for ordinary Christians without a theology degree, who enjoy and gain sustenance from reading Lewis’ work.
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A pleasure to read for theologians and literary aesthetes alike.
—Gerald L. Bray, research professor of divinity, Beeson Divinity School
Never bogging down in obscure theological and philosophical discussion, Brazier leads us unerringly through the subtlety and rigor of Lewis’ mind and imagination.
—Suzanne M. Wolfe, professor of English, Seattle Pacific University
Brazier’s lucid and sympathetic explanations of Lewis’ thought and theology provide an enormously valuable contribution to the existing corpus of Lewis studies.
—Lucy Peppiatt, dean, Westminster Theological Center
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