Imagine: C. S. Lewis on the Role of Imagination in the Defense of Christianity
September 17, 2012 Length: 1:22:28In the opening lecture of the Fall 2012 Saint Katherine College Forum, Dr. Michael Ward argues that C. S. Lewis was successful as an apologist because he recognized the necessary place of the imagination in the defense of Christianity. Drawing from an array of Lewis's writings, Ward draws out elements of Lewis's theorizing about the imagination and explains how they affected the works he wrote in defense of the faith.
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