Sehnsucht: The C. S. Lewis Journal: Volume 11, 2017

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Wipf and Stock Publishers, Dec 12, 2017 - Religion - 234 pages
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Sehnsucht: The C. S. Lewis Journal, established by the Arizona C. S. Lewis Society in 2007, is the only peer-reviewed journal devoted to the study of C. S. Lewis and his writings published anywhere in the world. It exists to promote literary, theological, historical, biographical, philosophical, bibliographical and cultural interest (broadly defined) in Lewis and his writings. The journal includes articles, review essays, book reviews, film reviews and play reviews, bibliographical material, poetry, interviews, editorials, and announcements of Lewis-related conferences, events and publications. Its readership is aimed at academic scholars from a wide variety of disciplines, as well as learned non-scholars and Lewis enthusiasts. At this time, Sehnsucht is published once a year.
 

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Contents

Contributors
7
Lewis Lost Letters and Love
15
The NeoPlatonic Christianity of C S Lewis
29
C S Lewis on the Nature
63
Mere Christianity and the Moral Argument
99
S Lewis on Atheism
141
Making The Abolition of Man Accessible
155
A Plea for Reasonable Discourse about Lewiss
166
A More Medieval Vision of God
174
Poetry
181
Reviews
187
Jack Lewis
198
The Theology
211
Submission Guidelines
221
Copyright
231
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Bruce R. Johnson (DMin, Fuller Theological Seminary) is Pastor of Scottsdale Presbyterian Church in Scottsdale, Arizona, and President of the Arizona C. S. Lewis Society. He has lectured on C. S. Lewis in Britain and the United States, and written on Lewis for SEVEN: An Anglo-American Literary Review, The Journal of Inklings Studies, CSL: The Bulletin of the New York C. S. Lewis Society, and Sehnsucht: The C. S. Lewis Journal, as well as contributing a chapter to C. S. Lewis's Perelandra: Reshaping the Image of the Cosmos (2013). The focus of his current research is the work of C. S. Lewis with Royal Air Force Chaplains' Branch during World War II.

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