C.S. Lewis Then and Now, by Wesley Kort
Here's a strange book. Wesley Kort wants to retrieve the thought of C. S. Lewis and make it more readily available and usable in our cultural context. Retrieve from whom? In general, it seems, from Christians who think of their faith as offering a kind of substitute world (in place of and in conflict with the surrounding culture). More specifically still, from evangelicals and Barthians or neo-Barthians for whom the central theological task is not sustaining the larger culture.
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