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A challenge to C.S. Lewis

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Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, Associated University Presses , Madison-Teaneck [N.J.], London, Cranbury, NJ
Lewis, C. S. 1898-1963 -- Religion., Christian literature, English -- History and criticism., Apologetics -- History -- 20th century., Christianity and litera
StatementPeter Milward.
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LC ClassificationsBX5199.L53 M55 1995
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Pagination138 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL1109426M
ISBN 100838635687
LC Control Number94034812

Author Peter Milward emphasizes the latter in his latest book, A Challenge to C. Lewis. As a young Jesuit, Milward was one of Lewis's students who heard the eminent medieval scholar draw upon the dim recesses of Northern learning and Greco-Roman mythology to Author: Peter Milward.

Author Peter Milward emphasizes the latter in his latest book, A Challenge to C.S. Lewis. As a young Jesuit, Milward was one of Lewis's students who heard the eminent medieval scholar draw upon the dim recesses of Northern learning and Greco-Roman mythology to.

As is always the case with C S Lewis, in this book he puts something out there to make one think on A challenge to C.S. Lewis book lines, although it is only an idea, it is a thoughtful one. A book to enjoy and challenge one on what baggage would one take with oneself into the after life when the inevitable death of the body occurs.

read it with an invitation to the Holy Spirit to teach and challenge by: 8. To help you start your journey into the world of C.S. Lewis, let’s take a look at 8 of his greatest works—those that best represent who C.S.

Lewis was, what he taught, and what he stood for. C.S. Lewis was a rare individual. One of the few non-clerics to be recognised as a theologian by the Anglican church, he put forth the case for Christianity in general in ways that many Christians beyond the Anglican world can accept, and a clear description for non-Christians of what Christian faith and practice should be.5/5(5).

C.S. Lewis recommended the reading of old books in his introduction to Athanasius’ On the Incarnation. There is a strange idea abroad that in every subject the ancient books should be read only by the professionals, and that the amateur should content himself with the modern books.

CULTURE C. Lewis’s Journey to Faith By Robert B. Stewart Guest Writer. – C. Lewis left his childhood Christian faith to spend years as a determined atheist.

After finally admitting God existed, Lewis gave in and knelt in prayer to become what he described later as “the most dejected and reluctant convert in all England.”.

The official website for C. Lewis. Browse a complete collection of his books, sign up for a monthly enewsletter, find additional resources, and more. C. Lewis was one of the greatest Christian apologists of the twentieth century, and I have long appreciated many of his better known popular works.

As a young adult, I read and re-read classics such as Mere Christianity, The Screwtape Letters, The Great Divorce, Miracles, and The Problem of Pain. Then when our children.

All C.S. Lewis's Books show list info. A list of all of C.S. Lewis's published books including some you may not have even heard of or read. users views made by private user.

avg. score: 8 of 55 (15%) required scores: 1, 2, 7, 8, 12 list stats. C.S. LEWIS’S OBSTACLES TO FAITH By Art Lindsley This is an excerpt from the book C.S. Lewis’s Case for Christ (IVP – ) by Art Lindsley. It presents some of the obstacles that led to Lewis’s unbelief and points to some of his later writing that show how he overcame those difficulties.

Patti Callahan Henry’s first historical novel explores Joy Davidman's life, bringing to light her struggles and triumphs, her literary works and relationship with the renowned C.S. LewisAuthor: Denise Davidson.

The Relevance and Challenge of C. Lewis Mark Brumley identifies how C.S.

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Lewis is unique among Christian authors, and speculates on the reason for Lewis' failure to convert to Catholicism, even.

The Relevance and Challenge of C. Lewis MARK BRUMLEY Interest in Lewis is on the upswing, again, especially with the Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe movie and portents of many more in a series of Chronicles of Narnia feature films.

" A Challenge to C. Lewis by Peter Milward A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact.

All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear. This collection contains all seven books in the classic fantasy series, The Chronicles of Narnia, without art, to appeal to older readers.

This special ebook edition includes an introduction by C. Lewis’s stepson, Douglas Gresham and full text and art for Lewis’s very first work – Boxen. C. Lewis on Sehnsucht (Longing and Desire in The Weight of Glory) Day 6: C. Lewis: The Intolerable Compliment (The Problem of Pain) Day 7: C. Lewis: What is "The Weight of Glory".

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Day 8: C. Lewis: The Great Divorce and The Weight of Glory Day 9: C. Lewis: A Grief Observed Day C. Lewis and Postmodernism (Part 3 - Conclusion). C.S. Lewis (b. November 29th, in Belfast, Ireland--d. November 22nd, ) was an Irish academic, novelist, and poet. His novels generally have Christian themes, and his best known work includes the The Chronicles of Narnia series (including The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe) and the Space Trilogy novels, a science fiction series.

Get this from a library. A challenge to C.S. Lewis. [Peter Milward] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library.

Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat. Find items in libraries near you. from “: Companion and Guide” ed. Walter Hooper Suggestions for facilitating discussion The two sets of questions in this study section have been designed to facilitate two different kinds of discussion.

For those who wish to move through the book slowly with a view toFile Size: 67KB. Lewis Society Book and Film Club of the Bay Area Meetings are held bi-weekly at p.m. to read and discuss books by C. Lewis and others.

To attend or inquire with questions, please phone or email to [email protected]. C.S. Lewis authored over 60 books which included poems, novels, children's books, science fiction, theology, literary criticisms, educational philosophy, and an autobiography. Lewis was a dangerous man, and his writings ought to be burned.

Clive Staples Lewis (29 November – 22 November ), commonly referred to as C. Lewis and known to his friends as Jack, was an Irish academic, medievalist, literary critic, essayist, and Christian is also known for his fiction, especially The Screwtape Letters, The Chronicles of Narnia and The Space Trilogy.

Lewis was a close friend of J. Tolkien, the author of Born: Clive Staples Lewis, 29 November (), Belfast, Ireland.

And yet, a child back in C. Lewis’s day asked the author about this, and he gave a very different answer. Jeremy Lott tells about it, and poses a challenge of his own. From RealClearReligion Author: Gene Veith.

When I referenced Heck’s book, “From Atheism to Christianity: The Story of C. Lewis,” and the challenges of faith that Lewis faced - a man who would later become a powerhouse of influence in the Christian world with both his fiction and non-fiction writings for children and adults - it helped to “normalize” how she felt.

We’ve included excerpts from the books where available via Google Books. 1) Jack: A Life of C. Lewis by George Sayer. Sayer draws from a variety of sources, including his close friendship with Lewis and the million-word diary of Lewis’s brother, to paint a portrait of the man whose friends knew as Jack.

Although C.S. Lewis published, as Peter J. Kreeft notes in his C.S. Lewis: A Critical Essay, “some sixty first-quality works of literary history, literary criticism, theology, philosophy, autobiography, Biblical studies, sermons, formal and informal essays, a spiritual diary, [and] short stories,” as well as poetry, of particular interest to readers of fantasy and science fiction are Lewis.

The most well known books and novels written by C.S Lewis. 2, users 16, views made by deimosremus. avg. score: 7 of 14 (53%) required scores: 1, 6, 7, 8, 10 list stats leaders vote Vote print comments.

type to search. How many have you read. Page 1 of 1. Mere Christianity is a theological book by C. Lewis, adapted from a series of BBC radio talks made between andwhile Lewis was at Oxford during World War II.

Considered a classic of C. This focus on rational apologetics is the C.S. Lewis with which most people are familiar, but there is also another C.S.

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Lewis who focused on emotion. Lewis’ conversion to Christianity appears to have been more emotional than logical, despite some of his later protestations, and the importance of one’s inner state is discussed by him as early as The Pilgrim's Regress () and as late as.

The Companion, as its name bespeaks, should help us - and it does - penetrate further up and further into the ongoing legacy of Lewis The Cambridge Companion to C. S. Lewis succeeds in its purpose, scope, and coverage as a winsome, informative, and informed volume to accompany novice and veteran readers of Lewis in their pursuit of his.C.

S. Lewis is certainly one of the most well-known and well-regarded Christian writers of this century, and one would assume that his worldview would commit him to everything which the poststructuralists deny.

In exploring the current critical landscape, students of C. S. Lewis may wonder where Lewis. Some thoughts on where to get started with C.S. Lewis's very large backlist - book recommendation time!! *~*~*~* Books Mentioned: AN EXPERIMENT IN CRITICISM A GRIEF OBSERVED THE FOUR LOVES MERE.