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it is a sequence of books that have a standard subject matter: the certainty of Christ, and consequently the revelation of God, within the paintings of C. S. Lewis. those books are a scientific examine of Lewis's theology, Christology and doctrine of revelation; as such they draw on his lifestyles and paintings. they're written for lecturers and scholars, but additionally, crucially, for these humans, usual Christians, with out a theology measure who take pleasure in and achieve sustenance from examining Lewis's work.

"The significance of C. S. Lewis as an apologist for 'mere Christianity' continues to be undiminished approximately fifty years after his dying. The intensification of questions on the distinctiveness of Jesus Christ and the importance of his existence and paintings has if something made him extra very important. Paul Brazier has performed the church and the academy a good provider during this . . . severe and obtainable learn of Lewis."
—The Very Rev. Dr. Justyn Terry
Dean, President, and affiliate Professor of Systematic Theology
Trinity college for Ministry, Ambridge, Pennsylvania

"Comments and courses on C. S. Lewis became more and more sterile in view that his demise in 1963—mere footnotes to the champion of 'mere Christianity.' So what a pleasure it really is to discover, as we do during this first quantity of Paul Brazier's painstaking examine of Lewis's idea, a real paintings of scholarship that's not in simple terms invaluable of the good guy but in addition presents for us what Lewis by no means did himself: a scientific philosophical theology of his spiritual technique and beliefs."
—Dr. Andrew Walker
Emeritus Professor of Theology, faith & Culture
King's university, college of London

"C. S. Lewis's writings mirror a profound and coherent theological imaginative and prescient. This sequence is the main formidable systematic account ever provided of this imaginative and prescient, and may support increase Lewis scholarship to a brand new level."
—Dr. Judith Wolfe
Supernumerary educating Fellow in Theology
St. John's collage, college of Oxford

"Paul Brazier's new ebook plays capabilities: it unearths the power and intensity of C. S. Lewis's contribution to trendy Christianity, and it demonstrates the desirability of the paintings of apologetics within the modern international. As regularly, the writing is apparent and direct, and the writer has the power to exhibit advanced principles and knowledge to the non-specialist reader with out surrendering any highbrow rigor."
—Dr. Brian Horne
Retired Lecturer in Systematic Theology
King's collage, college of London

"Serious investigations into the theology of C. S. Lewis were lengthy in coming. . . . [T]he undeniable fact that Lewis used to be no longer a qualified theologian has resulted in him being ignored by way of those that have been so much in a position to have interaction significantly and creatively together with his writings. thankfully . . . a brand new new release of students has taken up the duty. Paul Brazier's most recent contribution to this can be a such a lot welcomed accomplishment that may depart an indelible effect on our figuring out of-and appreciation for-Lewis' outstanding theological contributions."
—Dr. Grayson Carter
Associate Professor of Church History
Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena, California
Editor of "Sehnsucht: The C. S. Lewis Journal"

"In this rigorous and looking research of the theology of C. S. Lewis, Paul Brazier locates Lewis in the wider context of theological scholarship and exhibits him to be a theologian to be reckoned with in his personal correct, instead of easily a popularizer of Christian religion. This so much welcome quantity in a proposed three-volume sequence would certainly end up worthy within the overview of Lewis's legacy."
—Dr. Murray Rae
Professor and Head of the dep. of Theology and Religion
University of Otago, New Zealand

Originally informed within the wonderful arts within the Nineteen Seventies and having taught widely, Paul Brazier holds levels in Systematic Theology from King's collage London, the place he accomplished his PhD on Barth and Dostoevsky. he's the editor of "Colin E. Gunton's The Barth Lectures" (2007) and "The Revelation and cause Seminars" (2008).

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