Imagination: The Idea of Story

From Undergraduate Chapel: Fall 2013

Drs. Fred Sanders, Janelle Aijian, and Todd Pickett discuss the writings of C.S. Lewis. Dr. Sanders discusses Lewis' "Space Trilogy," which was able to communicate fundamental truths to Sanders precisely because it was a fictional story. Dr. Aijian explains how she relates with Lewis' "Till We Have Faces." Finally, Dr. Pickett looks at some of Lewis' poetry, in which Lewis seeks humility in his successes as a philosopher.


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