Rhetoric and CS Lewis – Part 2


Faith & Self Defense

We are looking in this special series at how to develop a persuasive argument for what we believe. The process is known as rhetoric.

CS Lewis is known as one of the great intellects and rhetoricians of the 20th century. We presented evidence for that claim in the first part of our series.

We have chosen to look at two of Lewis’ early writings to learn more about developing persuasive arguments. We begin with The Screwtape Letters.

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