All his life, C.S. Lewis possessed a spirit of individuality. An atheist from childhood, he became a Christian as an adult and eventually gained international acclaim as a respected theologian. Far from being a staid theologian, Lewis exhibited a refined sense of humor in his letters, essays, speeches, and books. It was this humor which broke down a pastoral barrier with his readers allowing him to effectively touch so many lives.
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Terry Lindvall (PhD University of Southern California) occupies the C. S. Lewis Chair of Communication and Christian Thought at Virginia Wesleyan College. He is the author of six books, including Celluloid Sermons, Sanctuary Cinema, and The Mother of All Laughter: Sarah and the Genesis of Comedy. An ordained Congregational minister, he has taught at Duke University School of Divinity, College of William and Mary, Fuller Seminary, and other universities.
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Book Description Thomas Nelson Publishers, 1996. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0785276890
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