‘The New York Times’ Looks at ‘C. S. Lewis, Evangelical Rock Star’

In a guest op-ed column for The New York Times, Stanford anthropology professor T.M. Luhrmann looks at why, five decades after his death, C.S. Lewis remains so popular among evangelicals. “[Chronicles of Narnia’s] complexity may help people to hang on to faith in a secular society, when they need a God who is in some ways insulated from human doubt about religion.” The piece offers some interesting insight into fiction, fantasy and great Christian writing …

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