Friday, February 14, 2014

Lewis' Seven

Saw this very interesting article by Dr. Art Lindsley at The Poached Egg site on C. S. Lewis' Seven Key Ideas:
I have heard it said that many well-known thinkers have only two or three key ideas that they develop from various angles throughout their lives. It might be asked: What are C.S. Lewis's key ideas? I have chosen seven to summarize in this essay. You can click on the words in bold to get a further development of these ideas. The seven I have chosen are:
1.) Chronological Snobbery; 2.) Desire ; 3.) Imagination; 4.) Objective Values vs. Relativism; 5.) Myth; 6.) Immortality; 7.) Comprehensiveness
Read the details at the link.