Jerry Root :: What was C.S. Lewis’s definition of joy?

  • Joy is a “deep longing that is embedded in each of us, and it’s questing for its proper object,” according to Dr. Jerry Root, a renowned C.S. Lewis scholar and Professor at Wheaton College. It’s one of the predominate themes in C.S. Lewis’s writings. That deep desire is expressed in various ways in our lives. Lewis wrote deliberately about joy and ultimately what it points us toward.

    Dr. Jerry Root :: What was C.S. Lewis's definition of 'joy'?

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