Real Presence: The Christian Worldview of C. S. Lewis as Incarnational Reality

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A discussion of an overarching theme of C. S. Lewis' writings; the incarnational reality of Christ in everyday life.

Drawing on the writings of C.S. Lewis, Payne focuses on Lewis' intense awareness that God indwells his life and transforms it--the incarnational reality. With exceptional insight, Payne introduces readers to the real presence of God in the lives of all who believe, a presence that makes an enormous difference if the ...

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Overview

A discussion of an overarching theme of C. S. Lewis' writings; the incarnational reality of Christ in everyday life.

Drawing on the writings of C.S. Lewis, Payne focuses on Lewis' intense awareness that God indwells his life and transforms it--the incarnational reality. With exceptional insight, Payne introduces readers to the real presence of God in the lives of all who believe, a presence that makes an enormous difference if the believer is aware of it and cultivates it.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780801051722
  • Publisher: Baker Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 6/1/1995
  • Pages: 180
  • Sales rank: 821,812
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.39 (d)

Meet the Author

Leanne Payne is founder and president of Pastoral Care Ministries, based in Milwaukee, and leads pastoral care seminars both in North America and overseas. She is the author of six books, which have sold a combined total of more than 160,000 copies. These include Restoring the Christian Soul Through Healing Prayer and Listening Prayer.
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Table of Contents

Forewords by Wayne Martindale and John R. Sheets, S. J.

Preface

1. Introduction: Incarnational Reality
2. God, Super-Nature, and Nature
3. Sacrament: Avenue to the Real
4. Spirit, Soul, and Body
5. Till We Have Faces
6. We've Been "Undragoned"
7. The Great Dance
8. The Way of the Cross
9. The Whole Intellect
10. The Whole Imagination I: Surprised by Joy
11. The Whole Imagination II: The Two Minds

Appendix: The Great Divorce

Notes
Index

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