Review of "The Shared Witness of C. S. Lewis and Austin Farrer"

Philip Irving Mitchell (Kent State University Press, 2021)

Authors

  • James Stockton Boise State University

Keywords:

Oxford University Socratic Club, modernity, myth, analogy, virtue, history, theodicy, apocalypse, philosophical theology

Abstract

Review of The Shared Witness of C.S. Lewis and Austin Farrer (Kent State University Press, 2021) by James Stockton.

Author Biography

James Stockton, Boise State University

Jim Stockton is an emeritus lecturer in philosophy, Boise State University, Idaho. His research interests include medieval philosophy, Inklings studies, and philosophy and film. His most recent works in Inklings studies include “The Unpublished Letters of C.S. Lewis to Charles Talbut Onions” (with Charlie W. Starr), “The Trees of Narnia,” and “The Anscombe-Lewis Debate: New Archival Sources Considered” (with Benjamin J. B. Lipscomb). His book The Oxford University Socratic Club 1942-1972: A Life, is currently under contract with Lexington Books. 

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Published

2022-11-23

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Review Supplement