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While others have persuasively argued for the centrality of theōsis to C. S. Lewis’ theology, little attention has been paid to the sources through which Lewis came to his peculiar understanding of the doctrine as liturgical in the sense of being creative and contributive. Through a comparative...
This article examines the nature of evil in Tolkien's work in light of Tom Shippey's well-known assertion that Tolkien struggled between two poles: a ‘Manichaean’ or dualist position and the Catholic Augustinian or ‘Boethian’ position which views evil as an absence. After noting that subsequent...
C. S. Lewis's Till We Have Faces is, among other things, a meditation on and response to divine hiddenness. The theme of hiddenness stretches throughout the work, and Orual's accusation against the gods centers precisely on the silence of the gods. Accordingly, Lewis gives a number of responses...
Since minutes were never taken of the Inklings’ meetings, it is not surprising that there is no complete, definitive record of when meetings occurred nor of who attended. To partly remedy this deficit, this essay offers a comprehensive chronological listing of their meetings from 1933 to 1954....
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