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C.S. Lewis-On the Christ of a Religious Economy, 3.1: I. Creation and Sub-Creation (C.S. Lewis: Revelation and the Christ) Paperback – 3 May 2013
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Timothy R. Cunningham holds a Diploma in Christian Studies from Regent College and is a freelance writer in Vancouver, Canada.
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Recently, I discovered this new series of books by English author P.H. Brazier. I must say this book (a series of 4 books in 5 volumes), is the single most insightful and useful book of them all. The author has a unique depth of knowledge about C.S. Lewis--not just his books and biography, but his philosophy and Christology and, as well, his dialectic and rhetorical approach. If there is a better book on Lewis, I have not found it.
This is a veritable gold vein of insights on Lewis' thinking, on an amazingly wide range of topics. Better yet, when Paul Brazier says something that tweaks my interest in some way, at that moment when I am thinking: "OK, Mr. Brazier, tell me more" he does precisely that. It is the most comprehensive and in-depth resource on C.S. Lewis that I own. And it is well-written. Every serious student of C.S. Lewis should own AND use these books!
Please know that I say this with no bias whatsoever. I have never met Mr. Brazier, nor do I work for the publisher Wipf and Stock. I simply have great admiration and appreciation for his stellar work.
Book 3: Addendum
I have now finished reading the third volume in Paul Brazier's superb series on C.S. Lewis. As before, all that I have expressed in reviews of the first two volumes continues to hold true. These are, without a doubt, the most valuable books I have yet found to support my extensive research on Lewis. This third volume is rich in insights on Lewis' Doctrine of Creation and The Fall, and his use of fictional works (especially, the Chronicles of Narnia and The Space Trilogy) to communicate his theological views. If you are an ardent advocate of Lewis' Narnia series, you will see it at a depth and in a light you have not before imagined.