Til We Have Faces: C.S. Lewis’ Last Novel and the Dangers of Love

St. James's Episcopal Church, Michaux House, Room 304

1133 W. Franklin St. 
Richmond, VA 23220
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Til We Have Faces: C.S. Lewis’ Last Novel and the Dangers of Love with the Rev. Dr. John McCard. C.S. Lewis’ last novel, Till We have Faces was a complete flop when it was published in 1957. Having gained worldwide fame through his Narnia stories for children, most people did not know what to make of this curious retelling of the Greek myth of Cupid and Psyche. Lewis’ intriguing novel explores the limitations of human love and how that love can be distorted by the jealousy and envy of our fallen human nature. Come and learn more about the novel that Lewis considered to be his best and that some scholars speculate was co-written with his wife, Joy Davidman Lewis.

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