David Diener examines the central themes of Lewis’ book, The Abolition of Man, and the key arguments Lewis makes throughout it for absolute values and the training of students’ affections, as well as their intellects.
C. S. Lewis
Louis Markos discusses what C.S. Lewis can teach the modern Christian educator.
Jon Fennell shows that, in the work of Michael Polanyi, Lewis’s aspirations regarding the curative powers of science are in fact realized.
Linda Dey discusses C.S. Lewis on reading good literature.
Charlie Starr discusses learning literacy by making movies.
Charlie Starr discusses C.S. Lewis’s approach to the interaction of Christianity and culture.
Linda Dey discusses two of C.S. Lewis’ works.