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Joeckel, Samuel.(Author).

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  • ISBN: 9780881464375 (softcover : acid-free paper)
  • ISBN: 0881464376 (softcover : acid-free paper)
  • Physical Description: 427 pages ; 23 cm
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: Macon, Georgia : Mercer University Press, [2013]

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Subject: Lewis, C. S. (Clive Staples), 1898-1963.
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The C. S. Lewis Phenomenon : Christianity and the Public Sphere
The C. S. Lewis Phenomenon : Christianity and the Public Sphere
by Joeckel, Samuel
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The C. S. Lewis Phenomenon : Christianity and the Public Sphere

SectionSection DescriptionPage Number
Acknowledgmentsp. ix
General Introductionp. 1
1    C. S. Lewis, Public Intellectualp. 7
2    The Rise of the Public Sphere, the Challenge of Atheism, and the Transformation of Christian Apologeticsp. 34
3    The Basic Stance: The Vantage Point of the Outsider and Other Advantageous Perspectivesp. 57
4    Forms and Sources of Authorityp. 82
5    Conveying Authorityp. 105
Part 2C. S. Lewis Beyond the Public Spherep. 137
6    The Demise of the Public Spherep. 141
7    Hesitant Steps Beyond the Public Sphere: Tensions and Dilemmasp. 172
8    "Water-spouts of Truth from the Very Depth of Truth": Perspective, Preconditionalism, and the Actualization of Myth in Till We Have Facesp. 203
9    "The Best Is Perhaps What We Understand Least": Localizing the Problem of Evil in A Grief Observedp. 241
Part 3An Experiment in Meta-criticismp. 261
10    The Evolution of C. S. Lewis's Reputation in the Public Sphere, 1930-1970p. 263
11    The Evolution of C. S. Lewis's Reputation in the Public Sphere, 1970-2010p. 289
12    Explaining Some Meta-critical Curiositiesp. 322
13    The C. S. Lewis Industryp. 353
Conclusionp. 379
Appendix: Biographical Contradictionsp. 387
Bibliographyp. 405
Indexp. 423

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