I got to talk about my first encounter reading Lewis, my favorite Lewis book and quote, his biggest impact on me personally, and more!
Head on over to The Wardrobe Door to read the full interview.
Here is a snippet:
WD: Why do you think he continues to maintain such influence in modern evangelicalism?
Me: Lewis articulates the Truth of the Gospel in vastly creative ways in his writings. He helps us grasp at truths about God with our imaginations. That is why I believe he continues to maintain the influence that he does in modern evangelicalism.
Not to mention his intelligence and giftedness as a writer and communicator, his ability to talk about theology on a lay person’s level, and the genuine honesty and humility with which he writes.
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Index of Posts (Highlights):
Day 2. C. S. Lewis on Longing (In "The Weight of Glory")
Day 3. C. S. Lewis on Sehnsucht (Longing and Desire in The Weight of Glory)
Day 7: C. S. Lewis: What is "The Weight of Glory"?
Day 8: C. S. Lewis: The Great Divorce and The Weight of Glory
Day 9: C. S. Lewis: A Grief Observed
Day 13: C. S. Lewis: The Grand Miracle (Myth and Allusions)
Day 14: C. S. Lewis: Is Theology Poetry? (Part 1: More on Myth)
Day 19: C.S. Lewis: Brief Biography: Did you know? (Part 2)
Day 20: C. S. Lewis: The Chronicles of Narnia Correct Reading Order
Day 22: C. S. Lewis: The Undragoning of Eustace
Day 24: C. S. Lewis: The Silver Chair - Hope in Darkness