Till We Have Faces

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Till We Have Faces and the Meaning of Myth

You may have noticed that we have Ken Myer’s Mars Hillo Audio resources displayed on several of the study group’s pages. If you haven’t already, I would like to invite you to become familiar with the Mars Hill Audio commentaries they have made avalible to us for this facinating book. If you would like to find out more about order information for the book that Lewis himself considered was of his best works, just click on the geen hot link at the bottom of the commentary below.

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  1. C.S. Lewis’s Till We Have Facesis, in his own words, “a myth retold.” Literary critic Thomas Howard explains that Lewis chose myth as the form through which to wrestle with certain profound ideas and mysteries, for the mythical way of seeing the world is fundamentally opposed to the tenets of modernism for which Lewis had such unrelenting criticism. 50 minutes

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The Christian Mind of C.S. Lewis

In this Anthology, Ken Myers talks with Clyde Kilby about Lewis’s view of the imagination; with Michael Aeschliman about Lewis’s reasonable distrust of trusting reason too much; with James Como about the rhetorical genius in Lewis’s writing; with Thomas Howard about the deep meaning of Till We Have Faces; and with Gilbert Meilaender about the surprising approach of Lewis’s apologetics. The program concludes with Alan Jacobs’s reading of his 1998 essay, “Lewis at 100.” 73 minutes.

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==> The Christian Mind of C.S. Lewis

 

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