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)