Anglican Studies (ANGL)
ANGL 337 C.S. Lewis: Author, Apologist, and Anglican (3)
This course examines selected writings of C.S. Lewis (1898-1963) with special attention to the Anglican character of his work. It begins with Lewis's philosophical arguments against naturalism and then considers his thought on the Trinity, Incarnation, ethics, gender, war, eschatology, and the spiritual life. The course concludes with analysis of his last two works of fiction, The Last Battle (for children) and Till We Have Faces (for adults).