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C.S. Lewis Then and Now

Wesley A. Kort


The argument of this book is that a primary goal in the work of C. S. Lewis is to articulate a Christian worldview. Lewis based this project on his positive view of culture, nature, and human relations. He addresses deficiencies in modern culture and the largely distorted relations of modernity to nature in order to restore culture as a supportive base for a Christian worldview. The book offers discussions of seven interests in Lewis's work: retrieval, reenchantment, houses, culture, character, pleasure, and celebration. The topics provide not only an analysis of Lewis's work but also a basis ... More

Keywords: celebration, character, Christian, culture, houses, nature, pleasure, reenchantment, retrieval, worldview

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Print publication date: 2001 Print ISBN-13: 9780195143423
Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: November 2003 DOI:10.1093/0195143426.001.0001


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Wesley A. Kort, author
Duke University
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