Deeper Magic: The Theology Behind the Writings of C. S. Lewis
by Donald T. Williams
reviewed by S. M. Hutchens
Lewis is here brought before the bar of Evangelical systematic theology by an author eminently qualified to do it, being a professor of the same with a knowledge of Lewis's writings, including his published correspondence, so accurate and comprehensive that he is able to summon the best examples from Lewis of the subject at hand. The final judgment of this court is that Lewis doesn't cover all the bases, for which he, not being a professional theologian, is excused. He is . . .