Bearing the Weight of Glory

Episode 27 December 31, 2021 00:25:40
Knowing & Doing
Bearing the Weight of Glory

Show Notes

What is it that motivated C.S. Lewis, a comfortable academic with more than enough to do, to direct so much of his time writing and speaking towards the conversion of the unbelieving of the world? What made him sacrifice not only the regard of many of his colleagues but his own academic advancement to defend the faith? . . .

Learn more in this episode of Knowing & Doing featuring the writing of Christopher Mitchell, PhD., Director of the Marion E. Wade Center and Assistant Professor of Theological Studies at Wheaton College.

For the full article from Professor Mitchell, please click here.

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