A repeated theme in the works of C.S. Lewis is the tension inherent in why and how we believe and accept Christianity. Christianity makes sense of reality, but at the same time shatters all our expectations of reality. Examining Lewis’s writings about the nature of suffering, faith, and love we learn how this is not a contradiction but a shattering simplicity that reveals the truth about reality.
Presented at the 1997 Frances White Ewbank Colloquium.
"Some Shattering Simplicity: Suffering, Love, and Faith in the Thought of C.S. Lewis,"
Inklings Forever: Published Colloquium Proceedings 1997-2016: Vol. 1, Article 23.
Available at: https://pillars.taylor.edu/inklings_forever/vol1/iss1/23
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