When (Seemingly) Opposites Meet: Keller and Piper on Lewis
C.S. Lewis has been called the “Romantic Rationalist” because he brings together two seemingly opposite things. He is both rationally sharp and imaginatively brilliant, which is a rare combination.
In this five-minute video, Tim Keller and John Piper talk about some remarkable juxtapositions in Lewis and his influence on their lives.
A special early-bird rate for the Desiring God 2013 National Conference on C.S. Lewis is available if you register by July 26.
More on C.S. Lewis from Desiring God:
Keller and Piper Talk C.S. Lewis (ten-minute video)
Announcing Our 2013 National Conference (conference information)