Not a Tame Lion
Not a Tame Lion: The Spiritual Legacy of C.S. Lewis (Leaders in Action Series)
- Author: Terry W. Glaspey
- Length: 241
- Edition: Hardcover
- Publisher: Cumberland House Publishing
Information on Not a Tame Lion from the publisher:
As one of the most brilliant creative minds of the 20th century, C.S. Lewis crosses over all literary, philosophical, and religious boundaries. In this fascinating study of Lewis, Glaspey allows readers a clear view of the character of this extraordinarily gifted man who was a true "defender of the faith"--both in his creation of Aslan and Narnia as well as in his nonfiction apologia.
Description of Terry W. Glaspey, author of Not a Tame Lion:
Not a Tame Lion: The Spiritual Legacy of C.S. Lewis As one of the most brilliant creative minds of the twentieth century, C.S. Lewis crosses over all literary, philosophical, and religious boundaries. A world-renowned scholar of medieval literature at Oxford University, he was able to write and lecture in such clear, direct language that ordinary men and women were fully able to comprehend the truths he extolled. A man whose tremendous intellect was wedded to a powerful imagination - for it was in his flights of literary fantasy that his deepest perceptions of God were birthed. C.S. Lewis was a hero. In this remarkable look at his leadership in action, we see why, a generation after his death, Lewis continues to be numbered among our best-selling authors and our most influential thinkers. 255 pages, hardcover, from Highland Books.