C. S. Lewis: Mere Christian
Kathryn Lindskoog surveys Lewis's views on a number of key topics, including God, humanity, nature, miracles, love, culture, and more. This revised and expanded guide includes an annotated bibliography of all of Lewis's books, a chronology of this life and a listing of dramatic productions and translations of his books.
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What Is Life All About?
When you are arguing against Him
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American Lady animals asked Aslan Bodley Head C. S. Lewis Eerdmans C. S. Lewis Macmillan Charles Williams Chiefly on Prayer Christ Christian Reflections Collins Publishers creature Curtis Brown Ltd death devils divine Divorce earth Eros Essays evil fact feel Footnotes for Chapter Four Loves friendship Geoffrey Bles ghost Gift-love God's Grand Rapids Grief Observed happiness Harcourt Brace Jovanovich hardback and paperback Heaven Hell Hideous Strength human idea J. R. R. Tolkien Last Battle Letters of C. S. Letters to Malcolm Lewis and Curtis Lewis believed Lewis claimed Lewis felt Lewis wrote Lion live Macmil Magician's Nephew millan miracles Narnia Narnian series Nature Need-love never once Owen Barfield Oxford Perelandra person Pilgrim's Regress poem pray Problem of Pain Screwtape Letters Spirit story suffering supernatural Surprised by Joy things tion truth Undeceptions London universe W. H. Lewis Walter Hooper World's Last Night