Charles Colson Professor of Faith and Culture, Union University
Address: C.S. Lewis on the Psalms
Recording Date: Apr 13, 2013, 9:45 a.m.
When C. S. Lewis undertook his study of the Psalms, he said that it "is not what is called an 'apologetic' work," by which he meant a book
"trying to convince unbelievers that Christianity is true." In another sense, however, apologetics is precisely what this devotional book for believers really is. In addition to believers, Lewis indicated that he wrote the book for "those who are ready, while reading, to 'suspend their disbelief." He does not deal with all the psalms, but he focuses on the ones that cause "difficulties" and that for modern readers "are at first most repellent." This session will explore how Lewis made the psalms accessible to a modern audience without changing their meaning. Session Notes
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