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Ambiguity in the Apologetics of C. S. Lewis

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Terry Cokenour, a patron of the library, stopped by to talk with David Capes about his doctoral thesis at the London School of Theology.  Here is his title: “An Invitation to Thought: Ambiguities in the Apologetics of C. S. Lewis.”  Terry has been coming to the Lanier Theological Library since 2011 with a lengthy pause when he served as a missionary and church leader in Budapest, Hungary.  He talks about how he came to focus his research and his spiritual heart on the writings of C. S. Lewis and to love the mystery he finds in his writings.

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