Liberty University Press Releases Updated Edition of “C.S. Lewis As Philosopher” Book

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Newest Edition Explores Major Philosophical Themes from Writings of Lewis.

Liberty University Press recently released the second edition of “C.S. Lewis as Philosopher: Truth, Goodness, and Beauty.” Editors and authors Dr. David Baggett, Dr. Gary R. Habermas, and Dr. Jerry L. Walls, along with other notable contributing authors, explore the philosophical themes of truth, goodness, and beauty in C.S. Lewis’s writings. The book provides an overview of Lewis’s philosophical reflections on arguments for Christianity, the character of God, theodicy, moral goodness, and heaven and hell. It also offers a theory of literature and emphasizes the significance of the imagination.

Of the book, Baggett said, “Our goal was to show more intentionally some of the rich insights of Lewis’s writing that reveal aspects of philosophy and the human condition that, too often in contemporary times, go unaddressed, or at least under-addressed. This book has about 35,000 entirely new words of analysis and commentary on Lewis that, combined with all of the original essays in the collection, will hopefully result in a book that will feature prominently in the library of every Lewis aficionado.”

“C.S. Lewis as Philosopher:Truth, Goodness, and Beauty” is available through Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

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