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Medieval Wisdom for Modern Christians:
Finding Authentic Faith in a Forgotten Age
with C. S. Lewis
by Chris R. Armstrong
A friendly crush of people gathered recently at Anselm House, a study center at the University of Minnesota, to “get medieval” with Chris R. Armstrong, author of Medieval Wisdom for Modern Christians: Finding Faith in a Forgotten Age with C. S. Lewis (2016, Brazos Press). Armstrong, Professor of Biblical and Theological Studies at Wheaton College, spoke about the great value of the Medieval Church’s holistic approach to faith. In his lecture, as in his book, Armstrong highlighted the ability of medieval Christians to keep faith and reason, love and logic, and spiritual and material worlds together, identifying this way of life as “medieval synthesis.” But does the medieval era truly have anything to offer Christians in the post-Christian world? Armstrong’s answer is yes — by adopting some medieval perspectives and practices, modern Christians can experience a profound deepening of their faith. read more…