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Clyde Kilby

The late Clyde Kilby taught in the English Department at Wheaton College from 1935 until his retirement, and he was the founder of the Wade Center at Wheaton. Dr. Kilby died in 1986 at the age of 84. His book The Christian World of C. S. Lewis is widely regarded as one of the best introductions to Lewis's work.
Clyde Kilby's interview about C. S. Lewis is published on the MARS HILL AUDIO Anthology, The Christian Mind of C. S. Lewis, a description of which is available here.

MARS HILL AUDIO Anthology 5

The Christian Mind of C.S. Lewis

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In this Anthology, Ken Myers talks with Clyde Kilby about Lewis’s view of the imagination; with Michael Aeschliman about Lewis’s reasonable distrust of trusting reason too much; with James Como about the rhetorical genius in Lewis’s writing; with Bruce L. Edwards, Jr. about what his students learn from Lewis’s integration of faith and life; with Thomas Howard about the deep meaning of Till We Have Faces; and with Gilbert Meilaender about the surprising approach of Lewis’s apologetics. The program concludes with Alan Jacobs’s reading of his 1998 essay, “Lewis at 100.” 73 minutes. $6.

MARS HILL AUDIO Journal

Volume 30

Guests on Volume 30: Glenn Stanton, on the health of marriages and the health of society; Caroline J. Simon, on love, destiny, and imagination; Paul Marshall, on the theological meaning of vocation; David Lowenthal, on American Constitutional design and the need for virtue; Reinder Van Til, on Lost Daughters: Recovered Memory Therapy and the People It Hurts; John Ellis, on Literature Lost: Social Agendas and the Corruption of the Humanities; and Clyde Kilby, on C. S. Lewis and the roles of reason and imagination.