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C.S. Lewis: Revelation, Conversion, and Apologetics
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C.S. Lewis: Revelation, Conversion, and Apologetics

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Pickwick Publications 2012

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Overview

P.H. Brazier studies the understanding of Christ, and therefore the revelation of God, in the work of C.S. Lewis. His systematic study of Lewis’ theology, Christology, and doctrine of revelation draw on his life and work. The 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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Key Features

  • Studies the understanding of Christ, and therefore the revelation of God
  • Delves into Lewis’ doctrines of God, Christ, and revelation
  • Accessible to academics, students, and ordinary Christians

Contents

  • Introduction. C.S. Lewis—Revelation, Conversion, and Apologetics
  • Conversion: God is God
  • Acceptance; God is God, in Christ
  • Helen Joy Davidman: Intellect and Imagination
  • C.S. Lewis and Karl Barth I: Religious Experience—Revelation and Modernity
  • C.S. Lewis and Karl Barth II: A Doctrinal Realization—God is God, in Christ
  • C.S. Lewis the Classical Philosopher Theologian I: Witness and Method—"Mere" Christianity
  • C.S. Lewis the Classical Philosopher Theologian II: praeparatio evangelica—A Catholic-Evangelical
  • C.S. Lewis the Classical Philosopher Theologian III: Orthodoxy and Heresy—The Pittenger-Lewis Debate
  • Apologist and Defender of the Faith I: Revelation and Christology, 1931-44—The Early Works
  • Apologist and Defender of the Faith II: Revelation and Christology, 1941-47—The Middle Works
  • Apologist and Defender of the Faith III: Revelation and Christology, 1948-63—The Later Works: Mere Christology
  • Apologist and Defender of the Faith IV: Revelation and Christology, 1948-63—The Later Works: Christlikeness
  • Conclusion: Apologist and Defender of the Faith

Praise for the Print Edition

Paul Brazier has done the church and the academy a great service in this . . . serious and accessible study of Lewis.

—Justyn Terry, dean, president, and associate professor of systematic theology, Trinity School for Ministry, Ambridge, Pennsylvania

. . . a genuine work of scholarship that is not only worthy of the great man but also provides for us what Lewis never did himself: a systematic philosophical theology of his religious method and beliefs.

—Andrew Walker, emeritus professor of theology, religion, and culture, King’s College, University of London

[T]he fact that Lewis was not a professional theologian has led to him being overlooked by those who were most able to engage critically and creatively with his writings. Fortunately . . . a new generation of scholars has taken up the task.

—Grayson Carter, editor, Sehnsucht: The C.S. Lewis Journal

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About P.H. Brazier

P.H. Brazier holds degrees in systematic theology from King’s College London, where he completed his PhD on Barth and Dostoevsky. He is the editor of Colin E. Gunton’s The Barth Lectures and The Revelation and Reason Seminars. He is the author of C.S. Lewis–The Work of Christ Revealed and C.S. Lewis: Revelation, Conversion, and Apologetics.