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EPISODE 37: Trevin Wax and Les Miserables

God created us as story-creatures and, as such, we relate to and are shaped by stories. Reading and enjoying fiction is not a silly diversion but can be a powerful source of spiritual transformation. Trevin Wax and I explore this theme in our discussion of Victor Hugo’s vast novel Les Miserables.

Recommended Resources:

Trevin’s new book that helps readers access Chesterton’s Orthodoxy. 

The specific translation of Les Miserables we recommend.

C.S. Lewis’s essay “On Stories” can be found here.

Brought to you by the C.S. Lewis Institute and the Questions That Matter Podcast with Randy Newman.

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