Inklings of Heaven

Sean Connolly

This work explores and systematises the eschatology of C. S. Lewis and subjects it to theological scrutiny. In particular assessing Lewis' thought in the light of Christian theological sources and uses some contemporary theological giants, especially Jurgen Moltmann and Karl Rahner. The author examines Lewis’ use of metaphor and the relationship of imagination to reason within his work. Although there are many books on Lewis, there are few that make a rigorous and critical assessment of his theology, and none that examine his eschatology in depth. This book is written for academics and students of C. S. Lewis, as well as for students of theology.

978 0 85244 659 1

312 pages


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