Roger Lundin’s Christian faith influenced his reading of literature
by Mr. Sheehy
I think I would be naïve if I were to think that my Christian faith did not influence my reading of literature. I don’t find that a limiting thing, I find it a liberating thing. My concerns as a Christian father, a Christian husband, a Christian worker, a Christian friend, a Christian servant affect the way I read literature.
– Dr. Roger Lundin, one of many fine literature professors I experienced at Wheaton College, who died this week.