The Witness & Wisdom of C. S. Lewis
The next issue of the St. Austin Review (May/June) is winging its way to the printer. The theme is “The Witness and Wisdom of C. S. Lewis”. Highlights:
- Thomas Storck learns “Lessons from C. S. Lewis on Rationalism, Romanticism and Christendom”, applying those lessons to “Identity Politics, Western Culture, and Christian Faith”.
- Aaron Urbanczyk conducts “An Experiment” on “C. S. Lewis and Literary Theory”.
- Charlotte Ostermann sees “The Veiled Self” in C. S. Lewis’s Till We Have Faces.
- Alex Markos ponders “Me, Myself, and the Cosmos” in relation to “C. S. Lewis and Human Autonomy”.
- Jonathan Thorndike meets “Strangers in a Strange Land” in his discussion of “Horace Miner, C. S. Lewis and the Art of Satire”.
- David Rozema admires “The American Inkling” in “Clyde S. Kilby and the Well of Wonder”.
- Kevin O’ Brien dramatizes “Friendship and Conversion” in Tolkien and Lewis.
- John Beaumont considers “C. S. Lewis, Manuel Alfonseca and the Trilemma”.
- Fr. Dwight Longenecker goes with C. S. Lewis into “The Inner Ring”.
- Fr. Benedict Kiely dwells on “Walsingham and the Love of God”.
- Donald DeMarco finds “Echoes and Encores” in poetry and metaphysics.
- Susan Treacy muses on “Epic Poetry and Opera”.
- K. V. Turley finds “Curses and Magic in Night of the Demon”.
- Kenneth Colston reviews Calm in Chaos: Essays for Anxious Times by Fr. George William Rutler.
- Brian Welter reviews Cathedrals of Britain: North of England and Scotland by Bernadette Fallon.
- Melvin S. Arrington, Jr. reviews Two Wings: Integrating Faith and Reason by Clayton and Kries.
- Donna Spivey Ellington reviews The Abolition of Woman: How Radical Feminism is Betraying Women.
- Marie Dudzik reviews Humility Rules: Saint Benedict’s 12-Step Guide to Genuine Self-Esteem.
- Roy Schoeman reviews The Conversion of Edith Stein.
- Stephen Tomlinson reviews The Lion in the Wasteland: Fearsome Redemption in the Work of C. S. Lewis, Dorothy L. Sayers, and T. S. Eliot.
- Plus new poetry by N. S. Boone, Chad Chisholm, David Lyle Jeffrey, Brendan D. King and Denise Sobilo.
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