Into the Region of Awe
Mysticism in C.S. LewisBook - 2007
C. S. Lewis is generally regarded as a commonsense Christian whose theology is understandable and practical. And yet, from his memoir "Surprised by Joy" to "The Chronicles of Narnia", from his nonfiction essays to his letters, C. S. Lewis's works display a distinct sense of the mystical. In this book David C. Downing explores the breadth of Lewis's writing, introducing us to the context of Christian mysticism in Lewis's day and the writers who most influenced him.
Publisher: [Ashland, Or.] : Blackstone Audiobooks ; [Boulder, Colo. : Made available electronically by] NetLibrary, 2007
Characteristics: 1 sound file (6.5 hr.) : digital, wma file