Campus Only Senior Thesis
© 2014 Diana McDonnell
In his Christian apologetics, Lewis creates certainty in his reader, calls for a revival of humanity, and combines imagination with a rational method. Through an overarching tension between concrete worldly experience and conceptions of transcendence, Lewis's apologetics have been able to maintain accessibility to a varied audience.
McDonnell, Diana, "C.S. Lewis: Embracing and Transcending Reality" (2014). Scripps Senior Theses. 453.
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