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January 2014
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Legacy of Lewis

‘Imagination, reason, will: a perspective on the legacy of C. S. Lewis’: this was the paper that Dr Michael Ward delivered in Oxford for the Librarians’ Christian Fellowship annual lecture. Dr Ward began by saying that C. S. Lewis was probably the most influential and successful Christian apologist of the 20th century; much of…

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November 2013
Articles > Cultural and Ethical

Reading C. S. Lewis

Back in my salad days when I was green in judgement, some 20 or more years ago, I remember telling a congregation, by way of application, not to bother to read anything by C. S. Lewis. I did not say he was of the devil or not a Christian, as some would maintain, but…

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The legacy of C. S. Lewis

Historical

January 2002
Articles > Historical

The legacy of C. S. Lewis

Many remember the day in November 1963 when President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in America. Few noticed that it was also the day when C. S. Lewis died. Lewis’ death had come after a long illness and just before his 65th birthday. I had turned 15 years old then and was at boarding…

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Historical

November 1998
Articles > Historical

Of this and other worlds?

C.S. Lewis was born one hundred years ago Ask 100 Christians which writer has most influenced them, and one name will recur again and again: C.S. Lewis. Even those who disagree with him on some important points have been influenced for the good by his writings. Search for joy Clive Staples Lewis was born…

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