C.S. Lewis’s tales a window to divine mysteries, audience hears

By Tali Folkins December 20, 2018 Their unique appeal to the imagination allows the stories of C.S. Lewis to reach us in ways that ordinary discourse about God often can’t, attendees at an evening dedicated to the writer of the much-beloved Narnia chronicles, held January 25 in Toronto, heard. By incorporating elements of myth, fairy … Continue reading “C.S. Lewis’s tales a window to divine mysteries, audience hears”

C.S. Lewis’s fantasies a special window to divine mysteries, experts say

By Tali Folkins February 6, 2018 “Luminous story,” the kind C.S. Lewis wrote, is at once art and theology, says Eastern Orthodox scholar Edith Humphrey. Photo: Tali Folkins Their unique appeal to the imagination allows the stories of C.S. Lewis to reach us in ways that ordinary discourse about God often can’t, attendees at an … Continue reading “C.S. Lewis’s fantasies a special window to divine mysteries, experts say”