Ken Myers talks with Clyde Kilby about Lewis’s view of the imagination; with Michael Aeschliman about Lewis’s reasonable distrust of trusting reason too much; with James Como about the rhetorical genius in Lewis’s writing; with Thomas Howard about the deep meaning of Till We Have Faces; and with Gilbert Meilaender about the surprising approach of Lewis’s apologetics. The program concludes with Alan Jacobs’s reading of his 1998 essay, "Lewis at 100."
- A Thoughtful View of C. S. Lewis
If you don't subscribe to the Mars Hill Audio Journal, then you should. Then, you would understand why Ken Myers is the right guy to put together an anthology of C. S. Lewis.