The Image of Man in C. S. Lewis

The Image of Man in C. S. Lewis

by William Luther White
     
 

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It is in the role of remythologizer that C. S. Lewis has been most misunderstood, and it is there that his importance lies. His was the poetic intensity that saw all hell swallowed by a butterfly with no harm done. Of his creation are allegories and myth that express very real elements of life beyond understanding or capture far more than a moment.

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It is in the role of remythologizer that C. S. Lewis has been most misunderstood, and it is there that his importance lies. His was the poetic intensity that saw all hell swallowed by a butterfly with no harm done. Of his creation are allegories and myth that express very real elements of life beyond understanding or capture far more than a moment.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780687186730
Publisher:
Abingdon Press
Publication date:
01/01/1969
Pages:
239

Meet the Author

William Luther White, starting in 1963, was a professor of religion at Illinois Wesleyan University. He received a PhD from Northwestern University in the fields of systematic theology, contemporary literature and Christian ethics.

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