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C.S. Lewis: Apostle to the Skeptics
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C.S. Lewis: Apostle to the Skeptics


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That a writer of C.S. Lewis’ scholarly and literary stature should publish more than a dozen books directly or indirectly defending Christianity is news. That his works should have such wide repercussions is still more significant news, and merits a second thought. What does it mean when his books become best sellers? Does it indicate anything about the intellectual currents of the present time? If so, it seems time to examine more closely the exact kind of Christianity and philosophy presented in Lewis’ writings, and the literary techniques that have brought him into the forefront of authors dealing with religious themes.

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Want more on C.S. Lewis theology? Check out the Studies on C.S. Lewis Collection.

Key Features

  • Discusses the exact kind of Christianity and philosophy presented in Lewis’ writings
  • Explores literary techniques that have brought Lewis to the forefront among is peers
  • Examines what it means when Lewis’ books become best sellers?

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About Chad Walsh

Chad Walsh (1914–1991) was a poet and teacher who established himself as the American authority on C.S. Lewis. He was professor of English at Beloit College in Wisconsin and the author of over 20 books. His introduction to theology, Campus Gods on Trial, teaches Christian students how to deal with instructors and classmates who ignore or are ignorant of the basics of theology. C.S. Lewis’ The Four Loves is dedicated to Walsh.

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