What did C. S. Lewis think about Truth, Goodness, and Beauty? The 15 essays collected here explore these three major philosophical themes from the writings of Lewis. This volume provides a comprehensive overview of Lewis’ philosophical thinking on arguments for Christianity, the character of God, theodicy, moral goodness, heaven and hell, a theory of literature, and the place of the imagination.
©2008 David Baggett, Gary R. Habermas, and Jerry L. Walls (P)2012 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
“The essays in this collection cast plenty of light on the thinking of the man who was probably the greatest Christian apologist of the twentieth century.” (Church Newspaper)
“The essay by Jean Bethke Elshtain, explicating The Abolition of Man, is so powerfully written and exquisitely reasoned as to make it alone worth the cost of the entire book.” (Christian Librarian)
This is a great book. I have listened to it twice and read it and probably will read parts of it again. It brings out points that I didn't see and reminds me of the great things all over again. I especially enjoy the narrator, Ralph Cosham. He has become the voice of C. S. Lewis to me.
Yes. I need to study it in order to grasp at least a little more each time
Hearing what C.S. Lewis might have said to certain questions based on what he said in his writings.
I have no training in philosophy so much of the vocabulary and concepts went over my head but I want to understand it so will listen again to catch more and know where I need to do more research. C.S. Lewis is my favorite Christian apologist and author for both fiction and non-fiction.
Toward the bottom
love his erudite accent...what I would imagine of old-world philosophers.
Not a book for film
I was expecting more CS Lewis and less philosophical jawboning
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